Army museum in Trondheim
The Armoury is one of Norway’s oldest museums. The term armoury comes from the castles and fortresses of the Middle age, and the rooms where weapons and armaments were stored and repaired.
The idea of the armoury originates from medieval forts and castles. It was the room in which edged weapons, armour, and later small firearms were stored. So the name "Rustkammeret" has a long tradition, even though the current museum does not match the original definition. Today, it is an army museum as well as a resistance museum, emphasizing Trøndelag's military history. Norway's finest collection of edged weapons is on display at the museum. The museum shows military history from Viking times, through the Middle Ages and the union with Denmark and later Sweden. The resistance section of the museum takes us back into Norway's recent history, from the start of the German occupation on 9 April 1940 until peace was restored on 8 May 1945.
Mon - Sat 10:00 - 16:00
Sun 12:00 - 16:00 Admission is free.
Guided tours off season on appointment.
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