New exhibition on Robert F. Scott at The Fram Museum

The Fram Museum celebrates the opening of a new exhibition on Robert F. Scott and the Terra Nova Expedition 1910 – 1913 with a seminar and a seated dinner on the deck of the Fram.
Photo: The Fram Museum

The exhibition tells the amazing story of the Terra Nova Expedition and contains a large number of the striking photos and original artifacts from the expedition. The artifacts includes expedition and personal equipment, watercolours by Edward A. Wilson, pieces of Amundsen’s tent that was left at the South Pole, and the Norwegian depot flag found by Scott and his team before they arrived at the Pole. The exhibition is made in cooperation with Scott Polar Research Institute in Cambridge. SPRI has also generously lent us the artifacts for the exhibit.

The museum has booked prominent experts on the Terra Nova Expedition for the seminar. The speakers will join us for dinner and their books are available in the museum store.

The dinner is a four course meal prepared by the Fram’s chef Tommy Østhagen and Kreativ Catering.

See invitation the the seminar and dinner