The Museum of Justice is found at Kongens gate 95 in Trondheim. The building has a long history within the judiciary, first built as a slavery in 1833, and then as the country’s first criminal asylum from 1895 to 1963.
In 2021 we opened new exhibits in our new building “the old military hospital”. Here you find two floors filled with brand new exhibits. The building is located in Kongens gate 93, Trondheim, and the entrance is from Erling Skakkes gate. The museum has exhibits in both buildings. Our reception/café is in the old military hospital.
See our opening hours and prices below.
Winter season opening hours: Wednesday-Sunday, 11:00-16:00.
We accept pre-booked groups and class visits. Read more about our offers here.
Tickets can be purchased on arrival.
Children under 16: free
Booking for groups: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telefon: 73 50 03 05 | 46 74 97 11
Planning your visit
The museum is a ten minute walk from the city square. Along Kongens gate there is a bus stop and tram stop (starts in St. Olavs gate). There is no visitor parking at the museum. Paid parking can be found along Erling Skakkes gate.