Nordic Bible Museum
The Nordic Bible Museum is the first and only bible museum in the Nordics, based on a collection of more than 3,000 bibles. Among the museum's most valuable bibles is an edition of the Swedish king Gustav Vasa's bible from 1541. The exhibition also includes an original page from a 15th century Gutenberg bible, and unique hand-written manuscripts from the 13th century. There is also a miniature Bible collection with the world's smallest printed Bible, a King James Version exhibition, and a Medieval printing press where you can print your own Bible page. The museum seeks to make the history and content of the Bible more accessible by answering different questions pertaining to who wrote the Bible, where it was written, what it includes, and what kinds of resistance the Bible has faced throughout the centuries. Guided tours in English, Polish and Norwegian.