Our latest Third Age Expeditions column for Luxe Beat Magazine called “A Day at the Museum: Finding Beauty, Truth and Meaning in Norway” was published today. This story has also garnered us another “Editor’s Picks” shout out!
“Breathtaking fjords, majestic glaciers, and spectacular wildlife are high on the adventure list of reasons to visit Norway. What many people may not realize is that Norway offers a lot of other exciting diversions that may on the surface seem to be less adventurous, but they are no less intriguing. In a country whose history spans beyond 10,000 years, it’s not surprising that Norway has approximately one hundred world-class museums within their borders that contain unique, culturally significant, historical artifacts that can only be seen here. Everything from Viking ships, Polar exploration, flora and fauna, historical villages, Nazi occupation of Norway during World War II, sculptures, fine art, contemporary art, the world’s oldest museum dedicated to skiing, along with the world’s largest museum devoted solely to Norwegian expressionist painter, Edvard Munch.”