The Museum of Oslo in Frognerparken offers a unique insight into the city's history from the Middle Ages to the present day. Exhibitions cover city history, urban development, and the people in Oslo.

Opening hours
Tuesday to Wednesday: 11am–4pm
Thursday: 11am–7pm
Friday to Sunday: 11am–4pm

Frognerveien 67

Adults: NOK 100,-
Students: NOK 60,-
Children (up to 18): Free

Free admission every Thursday

The museum is accessible to disabled visitors

How to get to Museum of Oslo?

Free audioguides in ten different languages including Norwegian and English. Download the Useeum app for audioguides. Download app: Android | IOS

Exhibitions and events

OsLove – The story of Oslo

Would you like a taste of the story of Oslo? “OsLove” will guide you through the highlights of the history of Oslo. The focus is on the people who lived in the city and created the unique atmosphere of today.

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Everyday life during World War II

In your daily life, your possibilities and limitations are determined by who you are, the choices you make and the rules that apply in the community you are part of. But what happens when those rules change abruptly and unexpectedly?

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Cityscapes – Capturing Oslo

In what ways have artists seen, interpreted and painted Oslo throughout history? See the city through the eyes of the artists.

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Your breath, your voice

The exhibiton takes us back to the demonstration «We can’t breathe – Justice for George Floyd» in Oslo on 5 June 2020, and shows unfiltered voices behind the demonstration, original posters, photographs and videos.

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A taste of Oslo

Food is a central part of human life – and of urban history. In this photo exhibition, you will be served samples of Oslo's food history over the past 150 years.

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