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The Hidden Rooms of Nidaros Cathedral


Price from $267

Difficulty level

Level 2: Moderate - some mobility needed

Booking code



2 hours


Read the practical information below

The hidden rooms of Nidaros Cathedral. The picture shows a cross and two lit candles inside Nidaros Cathedral
  • Private tour of the Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim’s Notre Dame

  • Admire impressive architecture and hear fascinating tales of its history

  • Explore the hidden rooms of the 12th century cathedral

  • Access the crypt to see the largest collection of medieval tombstones in Norway

Venture to the heart of Trondheim on this exclusive tour of the stunning Nidaros Cathedral, the most important Gothic monument in Norway. 

Built over the burial site of St. Olav, the patron Saint of Norway, this impressive place was constructed from 1070 onwards and was an essential pilgrimage site in northern Europe during the Middle Ages. It remains a popular pilgrimage destination to this day. 

Cast your eyes over the beautiful Romanesque and Gothic architecture with its lofty vaults, slender pillars, eye-catching facades, and delicate ornamental decoration carefully cut into the stone. We’ll climb the winding stairway to discover the enchanting chapel and admire the magnificent stained-glass windows.  

As part of this private tour, we’ll gain access to some of the hidden chambers of the cathedral. In the basement, you’ll wander through the dark passages of the medieval tombstone crypt, home to the marble gravestones that make up Norway’s largest tombstone collection.

Practical information

  • Disembarking/embarking port: Trondheim

  • Available: 2 Jan - 31 Dec, except 25 Dec

  • Transportation: Minibus

  • Meals: N/A

  • Clothes: Comfortable shoes and warm clothing

  • Steep and narrow stairs at the Nidaros Cathedral

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