Trondheim Things to Do

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  • 1. Nidaros Cathedral and Archbishops Palace

    Nidarosdomen, the cathedral of Trondheim dates back to the year 1070 and with its giant facade, decorated with 3 rows of statues of bishops, saints and kings it is one of the most significant gothic...

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  • 2. Bakklandet, Gamle Bybro and the wharfs

    Next to Gamle Bybro you will find the most attractive of these old wodden houses along the river Nida. They certainly look best in the morning-sun and when you take the pics from one of the bridges...

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  • 3. Munkholmen and Ravnkloa

    The Benedictine monks built a monestry here, prob first in Scandinavia. In ancient times the island was used as Trontheim's excecution grounds. Today it has recreational facilities and can be reached...

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  • 4. Torvet

    The monument of OLAV TRYGGVASON, also known as Holy Olav,who was the founder of Trondheim is situated in the centre of the giant townsquare. He was born in Russia and started to introduce christianity...

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  • 5. Stiftsgården

    The Royal Residence was built in 1778 and is made of wood! There are guided tours through the rooms and to judge from the pictures on the websites that I have seen, it must be really...

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  • 6. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNU

    Don't forget to stop by the bookstore and get a souvenir. Like all college bookstores, NTNU carries school-related paraphernalia and souvenir. Unfortunately, like other college bookstores, its price...

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  • 7. Ringve Music Museum and botanical garden

    The Ringve-museum is not only interesting for its great collection of musical instruments but it is also a great farm-building with lovely houses made of wood and an interesting park around of it.

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  • 8. Vår Frue Kirke

    Vår Frue Kirke does not look very special from outside, but the interior is really worth seeing although this church is also a so-called "open church" that means it is open all day and even untill...

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  • 9. Kristiansten

    Kristiansten fortress was built on a small hill above Trondheim and it dates back to the year 1691. There is a museum. but that was under reconstruction, while I was in Trondheim in September 2009. At...

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  • 10. The bicyckle lift Trampe

    This is a really funny and also unique sight : A lift that helps cyclers to go uphill with the help of a tiny platform, where they post there right foot, while sitting on the bicycle and they are...

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  • 11. Nordre gate Pedestrian street

    After we left the pier, we continued to walk east along Fjordgata, then right (south) into Nordre Gate, a cobbled-stone street closed to traffic. There were a motley of retail shops there but I have...

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  • 12. Lekendal Stadium

    If you are interested in football you might not know so many norwegian teams, but Rosenborg is a team you must have heard about. And also their legendary coach Nils Arne Eggen, who quit in 2002....

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  • 13. Library and ruins

    A very interesting place in Trondheim is Kongens Gate . Along this street you can see the nice library. During the escavation to settle the building people found the ruins of Olavskirken, an ancient...

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  • 14. Røros

    Go by train or bus to see Roros, an old coppermining town, and try to time it so that you can take the excellent walking tour with English speaking guide. World heritage site of great historic...

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  • 15. Olavsfestdagene

    If you happen to be in Trondheim during the Olavsfestdagene (Festival Days of Saint Olav - directly translated), you should scan the program they offer for things to do. Saint Olav was a king of note...

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  • 16. City Bike

    Try one of the free bicykles and the bicykle elevator. Bicykles can be picked up just about everywhere in the city centre. If you find any of these peculiar looking bikes in the city without anybody...

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  • 17. Skiing

    Oppdal prides itself in having the country’s largest alpine skiing area, 16 skilifts, loose snow skiing, and snowboarding complex. Depending on snow conditions, the ski lifts are normally opened in...

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  • 19. Shopping: hell on earth?

    The Hellsenteret, which appears to translate roughly as the Hell Mall, is a shopping centre just outside Trondheim. Nothing special, except to look at the large...

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  • 20. Trondelag Museum ,Sverresborg

    This is a really interesting place to visit to learn about the history of Trondheim, Norway. The Museum is outdoor and vey spacious and you are encouraged to...

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  • 21. Train to Hell.

    From Trondheim the train runs hourly, takes about 30 mins. Its just for the fun of going to Hell because there is only the station to see.Next train back to...

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  • 22. GO TO HELL !!!

    That is now only partly ment for my experiences in one of the big hotels in Trondheim, because in quite a short distance of just 30 km from Trondheim you can...

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  • 23. TMV - Kulturarena

    TMV = Trondhjems Mechaniske Verksted is a wide area of former docks and ships-wharfs that was recently transferred into a shopping- and recreation-area with...

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  • 24. The river Nida

    The river Nida flows around the old town-centre of Trondheim and that way the river was used also as a way to defend the town in medieval times. There is only...

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  • 25. Walking

    The only way to se Trondheim is to walk arownd. Take a good look at the people. Here people walk no fast but take theyr time : ) They even talk to eachother...

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