Our exhibitions

The exhibitions at the Norwegian Fisheries Museum

Fin city

As a citizen of "Fin City" you can help us with an important and exciting task – producing seafood!

Stand at the head of a fjord, make sure the salmon fry grow up big and strong, feed the salmon in their enclosures, sort the fish at the processing plant and sell seafood to the whole world! 

"Fin City" is an exhibition sponsored by Lerøy that you can find in Ocean Opportunities!

Seal hunting

The industry that fell out of favour

Bergen has for a thousand years supported itself by exploiting the sea in different ways. After it's golden age, seal hunting had to bow down to international protests. 

We tell the story of the local seal hunting company G. C. Rieber. 

The ultimate catch

Learn about the events that have shaped Norway as a  nation!

Through conflicts and successes, the incredible growth of the herring fisheries and cod fishing in Lofoten has provided a way of life along the coast. Today fish farming has developed into Norway's second largest export industry. Children can create their own fantasy sea creatures while three generations of fishermen tell you about their lives in a fascinating film.

Common resources

An exciting tale of fishing, research and the fight for ocean resources!

Watch the challenges facing both fish and fishermen and the discovery of new possibilities. In the same way that scientist, fishermen and ocean managers have to cooperate, the family can work together through different activities. Explore history, go fishing or help a fish through a maze of hooks and nets.

A world under water

We bring you under the ocean surface. 


What is it like under the sea? Light projectors and sound effects make you feel like you're walking around on the seafloor. Learn about how scientists have explored the ocean, and the world's second longest coastline, the Norwegian coast. The youngest can climb into a divers helmet, take a fish selfie or look at shells and snails under the microscope.

Storeblå Aquaculture Vistor Centre

A visit to Storeblå gives a unique insight into the world of the salmon.

Storeblå aquaculture visitor centre is situated only 5 minutes walk for The Norwegian Fisheries Museum. Visit our modern and thought-provoking exhibition of one of Norway's biggest industries. Dive down in an audiovisual universe showing today's salmon production, the significance of the industry for society and the challenges they are facing both in society and the ones that need to be solved for the future. Is aquaculture sustainable? Why is aquaculture important? What is the aquaculture of the future?

Let yourself be fascinated, learn more and reflect! Read more about Storeblå.

Storeblå aquaculture visitor centre is a collaboration between Norwegian Fisheries Museum and the seafood company Lerøy. The Norwegian Fisheries Museum is editorially responsible for the exhibition, while Lerøy has been in charge of the financing of the centre.