How to find the museum
The Norwegian Petroleum Museum is located at Kjeringholmen in central Stavanger. Next to it lies the Geopark, an experimental and unconventional urban space which tests new ways of recycling ideas, materials and objects from the petroleum industry.
Past the museum runs the Blue Promenade, marked with blue lights recessed into the pavement, which provides a pedestrian route through Stavanger’s central waterfront.
On foot: Follow Skagenkaien and the Blue Promenade along Vågen to Børevigå.
Bus: Get off at Breiavatnet lake in central Stavanger.
Parking: Motorists should use the multistorey car park at Jorenholmen. Charges are paid on departure. Pay-and-display parking for up to three hours is available in the square outside the museum and at Børevigå.
Rail: Get off at Stavanger station, then walk down to Skagenkaien via Breiavatnet.
Boat: Berths for visiting boats are available at Børevigå close to the museum.
Airplane: An airport bus runs from Stavanger Airport Sola to Fiskepiren. Walk from there along the quay to the museum.
The museum building, with exhibits and toilets, has been customised for wheelchair users. Wheelchairs can also be borrowed when visiting the museum.