Kon-Tiki Museum

Enjoy entrance to Oslo’s Kon-Tiki Museum, dedicated to the sea expeditions of Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl. The museum is home to Heyerdahl’s balsa wood Kon-Tiki raft, which he used to sail from Peru to Polynesia in 1947, as well as numerous other exhibits. See artifacts relating to Heyerdahl’s visits to Easter Island, marvel at the stunning craftsmanship of the RA—the first ship to sail under a United Nations flag—and learn about one of Norway’s most legendary figures. Your attraction ticket includes a noon showing of the Oscar-winning Kon-Tiki documentary film. See the original Kon-Tiki raft Heyerdahl used for his 1947 expedition. Learn the story behind one of Norway’s most legendary explorers. Explore unique artifacts relating to Easter Island and the Galapagos. A great activity for families to do together

 

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