Nice place to go through all the rooms especially on hot sunny days. Scream is worth to see, but you cam find Monet's paintings as well here.
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As well as "The Scream" the Gallery boasts numerous paintings and works of art by individuals such as Picasso and Monet as well as some stunning fine-art pieces by others. The building itself looks like a piece of artwork inside, with immaculate and elaborate pillars...More
Only called here to see the Scream, there are other great works here and enjoyed a 1-2 hour browse. Can't visit Oslo without seeing the work of Munch
One of the better layouts of a museum, with an excellent selection of masterpieces from some great artists, a particular focus on Norwegian masters. The museum is free on some days, not sure which but we went on a Thursday and it was free. We...More
You have to stop at this museum even if it just ot see the Scream by Munch. Entrance is free on Thursdays. The museum has other great works by Degas, Cezanne and other impressionists. Worth the stop.
The colour coded rooms make it easier to understand the time period of the paintings, you have to watch which room you are in as they don't always follow each other.
This is a small but well done art museum in Oslo. There is a Munch section including the "Scream". It is very near the Royal Palace. You are not permitted bags or backpacks but the lockers are free. I enjoyed my visit here.
I really enjoyed this art gallery there is a lot of good art, sensibly arranged and a Munch room with The Scream, which once you get past everyone having their picture taken adopting the pose, is a great room of art. Again free with the...More
in walking distance from the center excellent museum most rush to the scream and get out again but all the other parts are equally worthwhile to be looked at