Price: 1390 NOK. Service included in the price:
Meeting point: between Tang's restaurant and Tromsø cathedral
Discover Sami Culture: Tromsø Museum Expedition
This captivating tour at Tromsø Museum offers a unique opportunity to explore Sami heritage, traditions, and artistry through engaging exhibitions in the Tromsø Museum, also known as the University of Tromsø - The Arctic University Museum. It is a museum dedicated to the cultural and natural history of the Arctic region, including the indigenous Sami culture.
Sami people are the indigenous people of the northern regions of Norway, Sweden, Finland, and parts of Russia. Their culture is rich and unique, with a strong connection to the Arctic environment. A visit to the Tromsø Museum includes exhibits and displays related to Sami history, traditions, clothing, crafts, and their way of life.
Here's what you might expect from our tour:
The tour will include access to exhibits and displays dedicated to Sami culture. You can expect to learn about the history, traditions, and way of life of the Sami people. Exhibits may feature artifacts, clothing, tools, and artwork that are significant to the Sami culture.
Knowledgeable guides may provide informative commentary, sharing insights into the Sami culture, its relationship with the Arctic environment, and the challenges and opportunities faced by the Sami people in the modern world.
Transportation will be provided from the city center to the museum, which is situated outside the city center of Tromsø . This can be convenient and ensures you have easy access to the museum without the need to worry about transport.
Join us for a journey into the fascinating world of the Sami people. Learn about their history, crafts, and the vital role they play in Arctic culture while surrounded by authentic artifacts.
transfer city - museum and back
tickets to the museum
coffee/tea, cinnamon bun
You will meet your guide between Tang's restaurant and Tromsø cathedral
START OF THE TOUR: 13:30
LENGTH - 2,5 H
Season: daily except January 1st, May 1st, May 17th, December 24th and December 25th