museum (University of Tromsø), Bergen
Museum (University of Bergen), Mineralogy-Geology
Museums (University of Oslo) all have excellent geology exhibits.
Vitenskapsmuseum (NTNU) has no geologist or geology exhibit, but has a nice little mineral exhibit that inspires many visitors.
The doors are open to the public five days a week, from
8 to 15.45, and the exhibit is free.
(But don't get a parking ticket: there is almost no guest parking available at Gløshaugen!)
The exhibit is 70 m2.
Meteorites, including a Norwegian
meteorite that fell on Tromøy i Aust Agder i 1950.
Silver crystals from the historic Kongsberg silver mine (thread-silver, plate-silver, moss-silver, etc..)
Gold-bearing rock from Australia
Dinosaur egg and fragments of large dinosaur bone from the south of France
Jurassic leaf fossils from the bottom of Beitstadsfjorden (Trondheimsfjorden). Did Jurassic dinosaurs eat such plants?
Shell fossils, 10 000 years old. Fossils like these can be collected many places in the Trondheim area.
Important Norwegian geological resources through the years, such as:
Trønder copper ore from the historic Røros and Løkken mines
Polished Norwegian rocks (trondhjemite, larvikite, Fauske marble, Otta slate, etc.)