Travel on and off the beaten path amid breathtaking landscapes and cosmopolitan cities of Norway and Denmark, and experience the Midnight Sun illuminate long summer days. 

Starting at: $7,094 * Includes airfare, taxes & all fees Make a Reservation Ask Us A Question or Call 855-330-1542
 Norway's dramatic Geirangerfjord  Traditional Viking boats in Norway  Charming port area of Copenhagen  Copenhagen's City Hall Square  Rosenborg Palace, Copenhagen  Room within Rosenborg Palace, Copenhagen  Kronborg Castle, the setting for Shakespeare's <i>Hamlet</i>  Christianborg Palace, Denmark  The dramatic Geirangerfjord  Gierangerfjord, a World Heritage site. Credit: Per Eide/Innovation Norway  View from the Union Hotel, Geiranger. Credit: Terje Rakke Nordic Life / Visit Norway  The fjord near Bergen  Norway's beautiful Flam Valley  Typical village along the Sognefjord  The Gokstad Ship, Viking Museum, Oslo. Credit: Johan Berge/Visit Norway

Journey Through Norway

With a Three-day Stay in Copenhagen

16 days from $7,094 | includes airfare, taxes and all fees

Travel on and off the beaten path amid breathtaking landscapes and cosmopolitan cities of Norway and Denmark, and experience the Midnight Sun illuminate long summer days. 

or Call 855-330-1542

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Smithsonian trips combine the elements of education, experience and just plain fun. If you enjoy art, history, culture and an occasional behind-the-scenes look at another country, these trips are for you. The fact that all expenses, transportation and baggage handling are included just adds to relaxed enjoyment. 

- Gail B.

Excellent value, strong intellectual contact which we never could have gotten on our own and choice urban and natural scenery. 

- John H.

This was the best guided tour I've ever taken! Everything was great! The itinerary, the group leader, the professor, the bus driver, tour participants, food, and hotels! I had a wonderful time. Scandinavia - especially Norway - was an eye-opener! I loved it. 

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Jul 13 - 28, 2021 Departure
Terje Leiren

Terje Leiren

Terje Leiren is Professor Emeritus of Scandinavian Studies and History at the University of Washington, Seattle.  He was the first holder of the Sverre Arestad Endowed Chair in Norwegian Studies.  Terje earned his Ph.D. in history at the University of North Texas and taught at the University of Oslo before joining the UW in 1977.  He served as co-general editor of the University of Washington book series, “New Directions in Scandinavian Studies,” which published eleven books during his tenure.  He served as Chair of the Department of Scandinavian Studies from 1995 to 2010.   Terje has published extensively in Norwegian and Scandinavian-American history and culture, most recently a new revised edition of the “Historical Dictionary of Norway.”   He has traveled extensively in northern Europe and appeared on several television documentary programs about Scandinavia from the Vikings to World War II broadcast on PBS as well as the History Channel.

Aug 12 - 27, 2021 Departure
Ann-Charlotte Gavel Adams

Ann-Charlotte Gavel Adams

Lotta Gavel Adams is Professor of Scandinavian Studies at the University of Washington in Seattle, where she for more than 25 years has taught courses on Scandinavian culture, with special emphasis on drama and film, women writers and children’s literature. She holds The Barbro Osher Endowed Chair in Swedish Studies at the University of Washington. She is a member of Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, History, and Antiquities. Her primary research areas and passions are literature and the arts, which she sees as reflecting the heart and soul of the culture and societies, in which they were created.

Aug 30 - Sep 14, 2021 Departure
Patrick Wen

Patrick Wen

Patrick Wen is a Senior Lecturer in the Scandinavian Section at the UCLA.  He studied Outdoor Education at Olavskolen Folkehøgskole in Western Norway, worked in Denmark and received his Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from the University of California.  He has published on literature and film and his research interests include the Danish writer Isak Dinesen, literary history, and Nordic crime narrative.  At UCLA, he has taught courses on Scandinavian literature, film, culture, language, and history.  Beyond his interest in Scandinavian culture, Patrick is an avid outdoorsman and world traveler.