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.
We are closed to the general public for renovations and expansion. We still accept pre-booked groups and class visits. Read more about our offers here.
Entrance to the museum is free. Se our tours options for prices.
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.