Opening hours



Saturday to Sunday



17.may 2022


Admission ticket to Storeblå:
NOK 150
Children 0-18 years:
NOK 75

Admission to The Norwegian Fisheries Museum included

RIB boat excursion to a fish farm incl. admission ticket to Storeblå
NOK 590 

How to find us?

Sandviksboder 1G,
5035 Bergen, Norway

+47 53 00 61 60

Storeblå and the Norwegian Fisheries Museum are only a five-minute walk from each other. Storeblå is located in Sandviksboder 1G.

Sandviksboder 20
5035 Bergen

+47 53 00 61 60

The Norwegian Fisheries Museum is located in the historical boat houses at Sandviksboder 23. The RIB excursions depart from the museum. You will find the RIBs on the quay right outside the museum.

Take a break at our café, Bod 24 Sandviken, and enjoy tasty lunch dishes, desserts and other heavenly bites, as you gaze out over Bergen’s most beautiful sea views.

Practical information

We recommend travelling here by one of the many buses that stop at Sandvikstorget, which is close by. The stop is at the Norwegian Fisheries Museum and at walking distance from Storeblå. The Bergen city bicycles can also be parked at Sandvikstorget. If you decide to travel here by car, there is free parking at the Norwegian Fisheries Museum, but spaces are limited. We therefore encourage visitors to travel by public transport, by bike or by foot.

Storeblå aquaculture visitor centre has a ramp for access. The whole exhibition is on one floor, and has toilets for the disabled. There is also a stair lift up to the classroom on the first floor. The exhibition is visual with images and text. Audio descriptions and audio texts are not yet available, but it is possible to book guided tours for the visually impaired with one of our guides.

You can hang your coats and jackets in the reception area. The wardrobes are not manned so you leave your belongings there at your own responsibility. We have separate wardrobes for school children.

Take a deep dive into Norwegian aquaculture! Explore our modern and thought-provoking exhibition on one of Norway’s largest industries. Immerse yourself in an audio-visual universe that presents modern-day salmon production, the importance of the industry for society and the challenges to be met in the future. Is aquaculture sustainable? Why is aquaculture important? What will aquaculture look like in the future?

Are you ready for a spectacular, bracing and educational trip out to sea?

Now you can see how aquaculture works in practice!

Make the most of your visit by combining a trip to Storeblå visitor centre with an exciting RIB tour to one of our aquaculture installations. Here, staff from the Norway Fisheries Museum will show you around and answer your questions.

Learn more– experience more – get up close to both nature and aquaculture!

Storeblå is only a five-minute walk from the Norwegian Fisheries Museum. Both children and adults will be fascinated by the exciting history of fisheries in the historical boat houses. The museum has plenty of interactive and playful exhibitions for the whole family.

If you get thirsty at Storeblå, you can buy drinks like water, coffee and soft drinks.

When you get hungry, visit the museum café, Bod 24 Sandviken, for lunch. This is a popular café with both the locals and tourists, thanks to its beautiful waterfront views all year round, whether you enjoy your lunch outdoors in good weather, or take shelter in the homely café indoors.

The museum shop has a wide range of beautiful products inspired by the sea.

Guided tours

Get the most of your visit to Storeblå by letting one of our competent guides take you through the exhibition. Available for groups with at least 10 participants.