Tickets Trondheim

Family (5 pers)250,-
Groups (over 10)80/40,-

Tickets Stoksund

Family (5 persons)300,-

Explore The Exhibition in Trondheim

SeeSalmon provides engaging experiences and research based knowledge of salmon and fish farming.

Wild Salmon

The wild salmon live an exciting and challenging life and migrate between the river and the sea. The fish are born in freshwater and migrate to the sea to grow and mature. When the salmon reach maturity, they return back to their river of origin to spawn.

Net pens for salmon

Did you know that a net pen has a circumference of 180 meters and the net extends down 30-40 meters. Experience a real net pen for salmon at See Salmon in Stoksund and learn more about the life in the net pens at See Salmon in Trondheim!


Escaped farmed salmon is detrimental to the population of wild salmon. Escaped farmed salmon is also a loss to the salmon farmer. Although the proportion of farmed salmon escaping has dropped, too many still escape. Explore the consequences of escaped salmon and what the salmon farmer does to prevent this from happening at See Salmon!

Ocean Farming

For 50 years Norway has built up its expertise in the off shore oil industry. For the same duration of time we have had salmon farms in our fjords. We are now testing concepts of larger aquaculture plants that can be located further away from the coast, to more exposed sites than we have in use today. In SeaSalmon we present some of these new consepts.

Myths or facts

Do you think the salmon you eat contains antibiotics or other substances that are not good for you? Test what you know and believe to be true about salmon and try out being an online activist spreading fake news at SeeSalmon!


Norway is the world's largest exporter of salmon and accounts for as much as 50% of the world's salmon farming. Every second, Norway exports 38 kilos of salmon, thus creating jobs along the entire coastline. Sustainable farming of salmon provides development and growth with major impact for both Norway as a country, and for our coastal communities.

2% of the worlds food comes from the ocean

70% of the Earth's surface is ocean, but only 2% of the world's food comes from the sea. Learn more about sea food at See Salmon!

The norwegian coast

Ocean currents bring in warm and nutritious seawater to the Norwegian coast. This ensures that there are very good conditions for the salmon along the entire coastline, from Lindesnes in the south to the North Cape. People, who have been feeding of the rich bounties from the sea, have lived along the Norwegian coastline for thousands of years.

Poke from Hawaii

Poke was originally a simple mix people in Hawaii made from raw fish, salt, seaweed and chopped candlenuts. Poke is the Hawaiian verb for cutting. Today, the fish in modern versions of Poke is just as likely to be accompanied by a completely different set of ingredients.