Many years ago in Bergen there are an open air museum near the place where Edvard Grieg composed Peer Gynt. It is the Old Bergen Museum and comprise some 40 characteristic wooden houses placed on an unhabited town with squares, street and alleys like they were used. Their interiors show Bergen's life in 18 and 19th centuries. You can visit the bakey, photografer's, dentist's houses, etc.
Old Bergen Museum
This is a open air museum of some 40 characteristic wooden houses placed on squares, streets and narrow alleys. The interiors show town life as it was in the 18th and 19th centuries, for instance there are exhibits showing a bakery, dentist, photographer, watchmaker, shopkeeper, official and a sailor.
Gamle Bergen, open air museum.
More than 40 wooden houses, representative of the Bergen architecture and interior in the 18th and 19th centuries. There are authentical little shops: bakershop, barbershop, dentist, photographer, etc.
The Museum area is open all year.
Go out on the bus to Gamle Bergen. Have guided tour if time allows.
It gives a good idea of traditional life in Bergen.