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Highlights of this tour

  • Tromso Highlights
  • Arctic Cathedral
  • Tromsø Cable Car

Accessibility information

  • Combined walking/rolling tour with transport
  • The adapted vehicle is used for transport between the sites
  • Tromsø Cable car: there is a ramp to get into the cable car, but unfortunately they do not have a ramp for access to ticket room (only for guests who are paying directly).

What is included?

  • Private Tour
  • Tour duration: 4.5 hours
  • English-speaking driver guide
  • Private adapted vehicle to visit the cable car
  • Flexible itinerary
  • Door to door
  • Pick up from accommodation, cruise port or airport

What is not included?

  • Tips
  • Food and drinks
  • Entrances and tickets to be paid on the day
  • Extended tour options available, ask us about the possibilities
Tromso Polaria
Tromso atmosphere
Tromso arctic cathedral

About the wheelchair accessible Tromsø tour

Between the wide fjords and mountain peaks lies the beautiful city of Tromsø. Situated beside The Arctic Ocean and known as the gateway to the Arctic, Tromsø was a center for Arctic hunting and a starting point of many polar expeditions in the past. Tromsø is also the site of the world’s northernmost university, specializing in research into all aspects of the Arctic. Check out the Accessible Tromsø tour highlights below!

Note: this is a combined transport and walking/rolling tour.

“Paris of the North”

You will meet your guide directly at the cruise port, with a sign with your name on it. The port of Tromso is located in the city center. During this first part of the tour, you will enjoy the city also known as the “Paris of the North”.

Your local guide will show you the various characteristic places, its architecture and share more detail about the history and why Tromso was once considered a strategic center for the Arctic expeditions.

Arctic Cathedral

After the walking/rolling tour, with private adapted transport you will head to the Arctic Cathedral.

The Arctic Cathedral in Tromsø is actually a local church, but people call it a cathedral because of its impressive architecture. See the Arctic Cathedral´s impressive interior architecture and stained glass mosaic. Experience the cathedral’s breathtaking acoustics when they play the piano. And get inspired while you hear beautiful Norwegian folk songs and hymns performed by professional musicians.

Tromsø Cable Car

To finish this tour, you will take the Tromsø Cable Car for a beautiful panoramic view of Tromsø and its surroundings. The two gondolas, known as Seal and Polar bear will take you up and down the mountain. So relax and take in the epic views!

Accessibility note: there is a ramp to get into the cable car, but unfortunately they do not have a ramp for access to the ticket room (note: only for guests who are paying directly). Guests who have voucher or payment confirmation can call to their lower station if assistance is needed to access the cable car.

At the end of the day, your guide will take you back to the cruise port again.

We can extent the tour to include the Polaria Aquarium and/or the Tromso Museum


The architecture of the Polaria represents the ice floes that were pressed upon the land by the rough seas of the Arctic. You can discover Polaria at a five minutes stroll from the center of Tromsø. In the museum, you find the well preserved, former sailing ship MS Polstjerna inside in a glass building. Go and see the original interior, the rig, small hunting boats, tools, and equipment.

Besides exploring the deck of the ship, you will also learn about arctic fauna, polar expeditions, and the lifestyle of the indigenous Sami people.

Tromsø Museum

In the Tromsø Museum you find the Sami exhibition. Learn about the Sami people, their traditional culture and recent history. The museum is certainly a must-see for northern light hunters because the permanent ‘The Aurora Explained’ exhibition explains the science behind the magical ribbons of light. Then there is also another permanent exhibition that shows the political struggle for recognition of the Sami people in Norway.

Accessibility note: the museum has good access for a wheelchair. The museum shop, ticket counter, one of the exhibitions and an accessible toilet are situated on the ground floor. The rest of the exhibitions are situated on the first floor and are accessible with a lift.

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