Tuesday and Wednesday: 11am–4pm
Thursday: 11am–6pm
Friday, Saturday and Sunday: 11am–4pm

Opening hours during holidays

Adults: NOK 100,-
Students: NOK 60,-
Children and youth (under 26): Free admission

Free admission for everyone on the first Thursday of the month.

Tickets include entrance to the Museum of Oslo and the Theatre Museum.


Address: Frognerveien 67, 0266 Oslo
Take tram 12 or bus 20 to Frogner plass, or all subway lines to Majorstuen

Free wifi available to all guests.

Audio guide
Download our free audio guide in the app “Useeum”. Feel free to bring your own headphones.

A cloakroom with lockers for coats, bags and other belongings is available to guests.

The museum and the exhibitions are accessible through elevator and/or step-free access. Wheelchairs are available to borrow during your visit. Accessible toilet available.

Babies and small children
Strollers can be parked in the courtyard outside the museum entrance. Baby changing facilities are available. Strollers for use in the exhibition can be borrowed during your visit.

Dementia-friendly museum
All our frontline staff have attended a course in dementia-friendly society. We are continuously developing our venues and exhibitions in cooperation with experts, to make the premises more accessible, inclusive, and comfortable to visit.

Ung kvinne bak kassen betjener kvinnelig kunde i butikken. Masse bøker i bakgrunnen.
Gift shop

The museum shop at Frogner offers a large selection of literature related to Oslo, art and design products, traditional games and toys, gifts, and products related to current exhibitions. 

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To kvinner koser seg med bakverk og drikke

The cafe is temporarily closed.

The pleasant café located at the Museum of Oslo and the Theatre Museum invites you to enjoy coffee, pastries, and light lunches. Seating area in the beautiful courtyard of Frogner manor during the warm months.

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Fire ulike ballettkjoler og kostymer. Ballettsko både henger mellom kjolene og ligger på gulvet.
The Art of Transformation

Discover treasures from our collection of costumes and stage design models, spanning from 18th century Christiania through interwar Paris and up to our own time. 

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