Dating from 1831, it houses a permanent photo exhibition illustrating Tromsø's history and mounts quality temporary displays too. You'll...
Tromsø Catholic Church
Andreas Aagaard House
Constructed in 1838, it was the first building in town to be electrically lit.
Tromsø's six-screen cinema shares premises with the town hall.
This student-run converted warehouse serves meaty burgers (try its renowned Driv burger, made on the spot) and great salads. It...
Lonely Planet review
Norway's oldest film house will satisfy both cinephiles and thirsters after great cafes. The bar is a hip place with free wi-fi and weekend DJs. At other times, the bartender spins from its huge collection of vinyl records, so expect anything from classical music to deepest underground. Ask staff to let you peek into the magnificent cinema, its walls painted roof-to-ceiling with early 20th-century murals. It shows art-house and independent films on an ad hoc basis.