Tags : Museum
Timings : May- September: Monday - Sunday: 10 AM - 5 PM
October - April: Monday - Sunday: 11 AM - 4 PM
Entry Fee : May-September:
Adult: 180 NOK
Seniors: 140 NOK
18-25 Y: 100 NOK
0-17 Y: Free
Adult: 140 NOK
Seniors: 120 NOK
18-25 Y: 80 NOK
0-17 Y: Free
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Norsk Folkemuseum is a cultural history museum in Oslo, Norway. The museum showcases massive collections of antiques from all social classes and geographical areas of the kingdom. It includes a vast open-air museum with over 150 structures from different time periods, towns, rural areas, and regions in Norway.
It was established by historian Hans Aall in 1894. The indoors of the museum exhibit timelines of various periods and the Norwegian heritage majorly. A beautiful collection of dwellings and other structures have been put together, representing diverse eras and regions of the nation. The museum is open all year long and has a robust activities schedule. This museum is worth a visit for its well-preserved artefacts and for the Stave Church, a 13th-century beauty, which is part of the museum’s relocated buildings.
Other Useful Objective Information : Attraction is included in Oslo Pass. Dogs are allowed in attraction outdoors, not in buildings and ehibitions. Toilets are available at the main square, visitor centre and the festival grounds. Has wheelchair access.