A place for all science enthusiasts is the Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology, located in Oslo. It is the largest museum in Norway, dedicated to science and medicine with more than 100 installations. Entry is open from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm from Monday to Friday, and from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm on weekends.
It was founded as an institution in 1914 and was converted to a museum in 1932, located at the basement of the Viking Ship Museum in Bygdøy. Later it was relocated to Etterstad and finally was established as a full-fledged museum building in Kjelsås. Today, it houses artefacts related to technology, cars, trains, airplanes, medicine, and science.
The Oslo Science Centre is a part of this museum, where you can explore the fascinating science of physics through interesting activities suitable for both youngsters and adults. The museum also houses the National Museum of Medicine where you will find many exhibits that date back to early 19th century. There is also a café called Tekno Café, inside the museum where you will find tasty delicacies like homemade cakes, ice cream, and traditional Italian and Greek Food. There is also a museum store that sells books, toys, construction sets, and gadgets.