The Norwegian Oil Museum
The Norwegian Oil Museum in Stavanger is a modern and interactive museum where you can learn how oil and gas formed millions of years ago and how these resources are sought, produced and used today.
The Norwegian oil industry took off in the middle of the 1960s and the museum shows its development, from the first platforms in the North Sea, to the steel and concrete platforms developed and constructed in Norway, and finally the modern production ships and underwater systems which appear to be the solutions for the future on the Norwegian shelf.
Adjacent to the museum is the Geo Park, an outdoor facility for children combining play and learning.
For more information about the Norwegian Oil Museum, please contact the front desk or read more here.