Nidaros Cathedral & Ringve Museum

Encounter the majesty of Nidaros Cathedral, the only church in Norway built in the Gothic architectural style. We then journey through the history of music at Ringve Museum.

  • See and learn more about the city of Trondheim.
  • Visit beautiful Nidaros Cathedral, Norway’s national shrine.
  • Explore Ringve Museum and learn more about Norwegian music history.
  • Admire the botanical gardens surrounding the museum.
  • Season

    Spring, Summer

  • Difficulty level

    Level 2: Suitable for most.

  • Duration

    3 hours

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  • From

    £ 98

  • Notices

    Photography is not allowed inside Nidaros Cathedral and Ringve Museum

Trondheim is an ancient city, founded by Viking king Olav Tryggvason in 997. Today we explore two of Trondheim’s main attractions.

First, we visit the Ringve Museum of Musical History, where your enthusiastic tour guide will bring the history of Norway’s music to life. This beautiful manor house was the childhood home of Norwegian naval hero Petter Wessel Tordenskiold, and is surrounded by a wonderful botanical garden. The Museum is conveniently located just outside Trondheim, and so represents an idyllic spot to enjoy the beautiful views of both the city and the fjord.

Next, the bus takes you to Nidaros Cathedral, Norway’s national shrine. The cathedral is built over the burial place of St. Olav, Norway’s patron saint. Here you can admire its incredible architectural details and exquisite works of art. After a guided tour of the cathedral, you have some free time to explore*.

Practical Information

  • Disembarking port: Trondheim
  • Embarking port: Trondheim
  • Southbound or Northbound: Northbound
  • Available period: 03 April - 02 September
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Level: 2
  • Transport: Bus
  • Clothes/Footwear: Comfortable shoes are advised as Ringve Museum has many stairs
  • Note: Photography is not allowed inside Nidaros Cathedral and Ringve Museum.
    *Guiding outside the cathedral and in the museum sundays and bank holidays due to church service