The outside of the building looks like a church. The inside is four large wings. Three of them have recovered or reproduced Viking ships. Way back in the day the Vikings were “kings” of ship building, and the waters in and around Scandinavia.
I would not have wanted to sail in these ships. I couldn’t handle the trip. They aren’t ships the way we use the term today. They were big (for the times), but toally open. No indoor space.
The museum also included artifacts recovered when some of the ships were dug up. Yes, dug up. They buried these ships with their captains as a large and ornate coffin. That seems like way too much work!
The museum did not have benches, but portable chairs you could carry with you and sit wherever you want. I loved the chairs! All museums should have these.