Opening hours

Tuesday to Friday

Saturday to Sunday

Closed

closed 7.nov -23.nov

Tickets

Entrance ticket to Storeblå:
NOK 80 
Children 0-16 år:
Free
Student
NOK 60


Admission to The Norwegian Fisheries Museum and Storeblå
NOK 120 

RIB boat trip to a fishfarming facility incl. admission to Storeblå
NOK 490 

Where do you find us?

Sandviksboder 1G,
5035 Bergen, Norway

+47 53 00 61 90
storebla@museumvest.no

Storeblå and The Norwegian Fishery Museum ar situated very close to oneanother and in only 5 minutes you can walk between them. 

Sandviksboder 20
5035 Bergen

+47 53 00 61 60
fiskeri@museumvest.no

The Norwegian Fisheries Museum is situated in the historical sea warehourse in Sandviksboder 20. This is the starting point for the RIB-boat trips. 

We recommend a visit to our lovely cofeeshop with a real homefeel. The coffeshop is in the same building as the Norwegian Fishery Museum and here you have a great view over the harbour and the city fjord, while enjoying a cup of coffee or a light lunch.  

Practical

To get to us, we reccomend taking one of the many buses stopping nearby. You get off at the stopp called Sandvikstorget. The Norwegian Fisheries museum is across the street and Storeblå is within walking distance, 

If you choose to come by your own car, there is free parking by the Norwegian Fisheries Museum, but the number of places are limited. We recommend vistors to come by public transport or bicycle. 

Storeblå visitor centre is wheelchair friendly, as it is all on one floor, no doorsteps or other steps, and has a handicap toilet. 

For those who are participating on a RIB-boat trip, we can provide storage for bags and clothes at the Norwegian Fisheries Museum

 

Storeblå takes you on a journey through contemporary Norwegian salmon production. Immerse yourself in an audio-visual universe that demonstrates the importance of this industry to society and the challenges it has to address going forward. Is aquaculture sustainable? Why is aquaculture important? What form will aquaculture take in the future?

 

Are you ready for a spectacular, high-speed and educational trip out to sea? You now have an opportunity to see how aquaculture works in practice. Grab the chance and extend the experience by combining the exhibition at Storeblå with a bracing RIB boat trip to a fish farm outside Bergen. Excellent guides from the Norwegian Fisheries Museum will show you around and answer your questions. Learn more – experience more – and see nature and aquaculture up close! 

The RIB boat trips are not available at present due to COVID-19 restrictions. We are working on ensuring they are available in the near future.

The Norwegian Fisheries Museum is located on the seafront in Sandviken, a short walk from Bryggen. This exciting and dynamic museum is housed within the cog-jointed walls of authentic 18th-century wharfside warehouses, which communicate the important history of Norway’s coast and fisheries.  Delve into our exhibitions on fishing and fishery traditions along the coast and waters of Norway, and learn more about how our long coastline and beuntiful sea have provided Norwegians with a living through the ages.

Exciting exhibitions for adults and children alike
You can explore room upon room of physical and digital exhibitions at the Norwegian Fisheries Museum. The museum imparts important knowledge about Norway’s fisheries history, old building techniques, boat engines, aquaculture, herring processing, seal hunting and stockfish trade. You can also see some of the best preserved wall paintings that used to adorn the interior walls of these warehouses, and learn about the history of these beautiful works of art. The museum has interactive and playful exhibitions that are suitable for children and adults alike.

Hungry and thirsty? Our charming café, Bod 24, offers a tasty menu of dishes made from scratch using fresh produce. It serves delicious lunch dishes, cakes and other temptations while you enjoy Bergen’s best sea view. Its setting in the historical warehouses creates a unique atmosphere, whether you enjoy a drink or bite to eat outdoors or relax inside the cosy café. 

The museum shop is full of lovely items. From books about the history of fisheries and seafood, to high-quality knitwear, decorative items for the home, games, toys and lots more. 

Guided tours

Get the most of your visit to Storeblå by letting one of our competent guides take your through the exhibition. We offer this to groups of over 10 participants.