Museum of Oslo

Would you like a taste of the story of Oslo?

The current exhibitions OsLove will guide you through the highlights of the history of Oslo. The newly opened exhibithion Seventies gives you pieces of the decade marked by political opposition, Women´s Rights Movement and changes in everyday life.

Free children’s app: «Bydetektiven» (City-detective) is available for rent

Free audioguides in 8 different languages including Norwegian and English.

Opening hours
Tuesday – Sunday 11am–4pm

Address
Frognerveien 67

Admissions
Adults: NOK 90,-
Students and children under 18 years of age: Free
Seniors: NOK 50,-
Groups of more than 10 people: NOK 70,-
Members of OBOS: Free

Free admission on Saurday’s

Accessibility
The museum is accessible to disabled visitors

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Intercultural Museum

Do you feel the need to categorize? You’re not the only one. 

The new exhibition «Typical» invites you to reflect on the difference between important matters as racism, xenophobia and bias in everyday-life. We ask: Are prejudices dangerous, and is it possible to change them?

Read more about the exhibition Typical

Opening hours
Tuesday – Sunday 11am – 4pm

Address
Tøyenbekken 5

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Labour Museum

Under what conditions did the factory workers live under during the industrial revolution?

Free guided tours around the area, included the exhibitions. Saturdays and Sundays at noon and 2pm.

Opening hours
Saturday – Sunday 11am – 4pm

Address
Sagveien 28

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Theater Museum

Would you like to know about Oslo’s exiting theatre life?

Oslo’s theater history has a diverse history. You can experience highlights of the theater history through the exhibition «In the limelight». The exhibition shows a selection of photos and original costumes for the most influential actors and the dancers.

Opening hours
Saturday – Sunday 11am – 4pm

Address
Frognerveien 67

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