Located in a very old building in the Archbishops yard close to the Nidarosdomen Cathedral , this museum can trace its roots back to 1826 , making it one of Norway's oldest museums. It houses exhibitions centred on the development and history of the Norwegian military and home front , and also focuses on the local WWII history.
Laid out over three floors you can spend a few hours studying old swords , uniforms , and other fascinating artefacts . There are several nice dioramas used in the Exhibitions , and some of them are in 1:1 scale.
By the entrance there is a small museum shop where you can buy literature and also military items. There's no entrance fee
and it is well worth a visit....so if you're ever around there...drop in!