WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE STAVANGER TOUR – FROM VIKINGS TO MODERN TIMES – APPROX. 4 HOURS

wheelchair Accessible Stavanger Tour – From Vikings to Modern Times Hero

Highlights of this tour

  • Museum of Archaeology
  • Norwegian Petroleum Museum
  • Old Stavanger
  • Sverd I Fjell (Swords in the Rock)

Accessibility information

  • This day is a combined rolling/walking and transport tour
  • Some of the roads are cobbled
  • Downtown Stavanger is compact and easy rollable, but there might be some short hills
  • Step-free route

What is included?

  • Private Tour
  • Tour duration: 4 hours
  • English-speaking tour guide
  • Private adapted transportation
  • Itinerary adjustable to your wishes
  • Pick up from cruise port or accommodation in center

What is not included?

  • Tips
  • Food and drinks
  • Entrances, unless stated
Stavanger Norwegian Petroleum Museum
Swords in stone Stavanger
Old Town Stavanger

About this wheelchair accessible Stavanger tour

First stop

During this Accessible Tour in Stavanger, you hear all about the history of the city from your private local guide. You learn about the Vikings’ heritage and how they conquered these lands. The guide will also tell you a bit more about how Stavanger became an important oil city. Stavanger’s old center has breathtaking and some of the best-preserved wooden buildings in Norway. Many of them date back to the 18th century. So explore the cozy streets of this beautiful Norwegian coastal town.

Second stop

See the monument of Sverd I Fjell (Swords in the Rock), in honor of the battle in Hafrsfjord, where Viking king Harald Fairhair had unified Norway into one kingdom in 872. In reality, this process of unification took probably more than a hundred years. The legend of this battle is so popular that there are many other monuments that also remember this fight for peace and unification. The swords are over 30 feet tall and are made to resemble traditional Viking sabers. The biggest one is decorated the most extravagant and represents the victory of King Harald.

Third stop

You continue to the Museum of Archaeology to see the Viking Voyagers exhibition. The exhibition has the goal to teach you about the pre-historic man and the interaction between mankind and nature. You will get to see a lot of artifacts, how the Vikings dressed and lived, and so much more.

Fourth stop

Your tour focuses on Stavanger’s modern history when visiting the Norwegian Petroleum Museum. Hear about Norway’s oil history and how Stavanger became the oil capital of the country. Norway’s largest oil company, Statoil, is based here.

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