Tags : Museum
Opening Hours : Monday & Tuesday : 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday - Sunday : 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Ticket Price : Adults: NOK 160
Adults ( aged 16- 25 ) : NOK 100
Children (under 15): - Free entry
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Munch Museum is a vibrant art museum located in the Bjorvika neighbourhood of Oslo, exhibiting some of the outstanding works of Norwegian artist Edvard Munch. The museum houses a collection of 26,000 paintings and permanent exhibitions such as Scream, Up close, Playing Pieces and many other things.
Situated in a 60-meter-tall tower-like building made from perforated, recycled, and translucent aluminium panels, this museum has become a distinctive landmark for the city. It has an area of 26,313 square meters and has eleven exhibition spaces. Beautifully designed, it is a three-storey building with two zones – one static and one dynamic – constructed with a concrete structure and transparent facade, offering a stunning view over the city. In addition, the museum has multiple restaurants, cafes, shops and bars, which add to its charm and fun. Along with the exhibitions, regular music performances, art discussions, and film screenings occur throughout the year.
Exhibits : Playing pieces, Edvard Munch Infinite, Marianne Bratelli, Up Close, Camille Henrot, etc.
Accessibilities : Washrooms, Strollers, Guides, Parking