Andreas Aagaard House
Constructed in 1838, it was the first building in town to be electrically lit.
Dating from 1831, Perspektivet houses a permanent photo exhibition illustrating Tromsø's history and mounts quality temporary displays...
Tromsø's version of the toy train trundles around between most of the main sites (although it doesn't cross the bridge to the Arctic...
Norway's oldest film house will satisfy both cinephiles and those in search of great cafes. The bar is a hip place with free wi-fi and...
This student-run converted warehouse serves meaty burgers (try its renowned Driv burger) and great salads. It organises musical and...
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Polar Museum information
The 1st floor of this harbourside museum illustrates early polar research, especially the ventures of Nansen and Amundsen. Downstairs there's a well-mounted exhibition about the hunting and trapping of fuzzy Arctic creatures on Svalbard before coal became king there. Note the exploding harpoons outside; the whale didn't stand much of a chance.