Welcome to the Norwegian Toll Museum

The museum was established in 1995 as a collection only and in 1933 this was put on display at the Customs Headquarters in Oslo. Although it was stored away during the second world war, it remained there until it was moved to its current address in 1979.
Avsnitt1 The collection consists of a wide variety of items, ranging from 18th century furniture and strongboxes to the first computer ever used by customs officials. There is also a large variety of items used for smuggling throughout the years, uniforms, badges, Customs signs, and miscellaneous seized goods.

Organisation and staff

The Museum Manager who works part-time, is usually a serving customs officer. The name and phone number of the current Manager is:

Customs Chief Inspector Arne Simenstad
Gardermoen tollsted
2060 Gardermoen

Entrance

The museum is open to the public on Thursday from 1200hrs to 1500hrs, and by appointment at all other times.

Norsk Tollmuseum
Tollbugata 1 a
Postboks 8122 Dep.
0032 Oslo

Contact : Jon August Eggertsson
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Telephone: +47 22 34 68 76 (office)
Telefax : +47 22 17 71 48

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