King Olav Tryggvason Statue
The epicentre of town is Torvet, the central square (also spelt 'Torget') with its statue of King Olav Tryggvason atop a column that...
Modern Art Gallery
This small private gallery exhibits the work of modern Norwegian painters; most of what you see is for sale.
Gregorius Kirke Ruins (Sparebanken)
In the basement of Søndre gate 4 are the ruins of the medieval Gregorius Kirke (Sparebanken), discovered during earlier excavations.
This splendid home-brew pub deserves a pilgrimage as reverential as anything accorded to St Olav from all committed øl (beer) quaffers....
Eat in the stylish, modern, jazzy interior or choose the small streetside terrace. Bari has a reputation for good Italian fare (pasta...
Munkegata 23 · interesting places nearby
Scandinavia's largest wooden palace, the late-baroque Stiftsgården, was constructed as a private residence in the late 18th century, at the height of Trondheim's golden age. It is now the official royal residence in Trondheim. Admission is by tour only, every hour on the hour. The publicly accessible garden around the east side (enter via Dronningens gate) is one of Trondheim's loveliest corners.