Norwegian Olympic Museum

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Inside of Norwegian Olympic Museum at Maihaugen, Lillehammer. Photo: Sarah Clarke / Mather & Co.
Håkons Hall, Lillehammer. Previos site of Norway's Olympic Museum

Norwegian Olympic Museum (Norges Olympiske Museum) is located at Maihaugen, Lillehammer, Norway.

The Norwegian Olympic Museum was officially opened by King Harald V and Queen Sonja on November 27, 1997, in Håkons Hall. The museum was reopened as a new modern museum at Maihaugen in 2016. The museum has interactive installations, multimedia presentations and original objects. It is the only museum in northern Europe that presents the entire history of the Olympic Games. The museum has more than 7,000 Olympic items in all.


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Coordinates: 61°07′26″N 10°28′27″E / 61.12389°N 10.47417°E / 61.12389; 10.47417