During our opening hours while the COVID-19 virus is still spreading, the Fram Museum will be following the government and NIPH guidelines.
This means that visitors have to keep a minimum of 1-metre distance to other guests, and if that is not possible; wear a face mask.
Use the hand sanitizer stations on arrival, by the toilets and the entrance to the museum store.
We have plexiglass in the reception on both the ticket side and the shop side, we have new and regular cleaning procedures of the entire museum, and we have contactless payment options.
Some parts of the museum are closed right now, which includes the cinema, the inside of the Gjøa and the café. It is not allowed to eat in the museum at this moment.
As of today there is no limit to the number of visitors allowed in the museum, but that will be updated in accordance with the regulations from the government and the NIPH.
The museum is temporarily closed until November 29.