Visit Ringve Music Museum

Ringve Music Museum is Norway’s national music museum with a collection of over 2000 instruments from all over the world.

The museum is seated on an old country estate just outside Trondheim’s city centre, and is surrounded by the beautiful Ringve Botanical Garden. 

  • The Main House at sunset. Photo: Anders Myklebust
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    The Main House at sunset. Photo: Anders Myklebust

Opening hours

June - August:
Monday  sunday: 10 am – 5 pm

September - May:
Tuesday – sunday: 11 am – 4 pm

Tickets

Adult: 130,-
Student/senior: 110,-
Children (0-15): Free admission if accompanied by paying adults.

Getting there

By bus: Bus number 3 or 4 from the city centre to Lade (bus stop: Ringve Museum).

By car: Follow the road signs from E6 or the city centre.

Map

Wheelchair accessibility

Ringve is an old country estate, and it is not possible to visit all parts of the museum with a wheelchair. Below is an overview of the accessability in our various locations:

The Main Building: Currently closed to all visitors.

The Exhibition in the Barn: Accessible by elevator.

Temporary exhibitions in Kjeldsbergsalen: Ground floor, easily accessable.

Café Victoria: Accessible with elevator.

Gift Shop: Ground floor, easily accessible.

Ringve Botanical Garden: Easily accessible with pathways between the various gardens.