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Stavanger Kulturhus

Soelvberggata 2, Stavanger 4006, Norway
+47 415 17 922
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Amidst all the old wooden houses in the city, this concrete modern architecture stands right out in... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Many good options

The place is quite strange, situated among old, nice, wooden townhouses, and partly built together... read more

Reviewed May 27, 2017
Torger B
Copenhagen, Denmark
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Sølvberget, Stavanger bibliotek og kulturhus is the natural meeting place in the center of Stavanger. The public can visit the library, attend a wide range of events and activities for both children and adults. At Sølvberget's first floor you can also find Sølvberget gallery which presents contemporary art exhibitions of high quality. Every year in September you can visit Kapittel, Stavanger International Festival of Literature and freedom of Speech. Sølvberget is also a place where you can hang out, study, read, relax, use the public computers, get online on the free wifi or read newspapers. Sølvberget also accommodates SF Cinema, the cafes Renaa Xpress and Cafe Diem and the newsstands Narvesen.
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2 weeks ago
May 27, 2017
“Many good options”
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Soelvberggata 2, Stavanger 4006, Norway
+47 415 17 922
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Amidst all the old wooden houses in the city, this concrete modern architecture stands right out in the middle of town. It's out to get your attention. It looked like that it's a local favorite in this building that houses the library, the cinema and...More

Thank ROCruiser
Reviewed May 27, 2017

The place is quite strange, situated among old, nice, wooden townhouses, and partly built together with the old cinema. A strange hybrid that seemed to functioned on the inside, but looked strange from the outside. Several nice cafés and even something like a library.

Thank Torger B
Reviewed May 25, 2017

Apart from frequent Out of Order signs on the free (that´s cool!) pcs, this is a lovely place to visit. The celebration of internationalism in what sometimes feels like a rather insular society is a breath of fresh air.

Thank Paul S
Reviewed July 29, 2016 via mobile

If it rains (and it does quite often in Stavanger) seek shelter here. This cultural center has everything you look for and still some surprises: it has a cinema, a gallery, two cafes, library with some great and helpful librarians and people any time of...More

Thank Annamaria G
Reviewed April 12, 2016

This place is one of the meeting points for the locals in Stavanger. There is a cafe, library, cinemas and newsstands. This building is made of concrete and has a special architecture. It is big and have some nice sitting areas. There are lots of...More

Thank salsaaudi
Reviewed February 28, 2016

Stavanger's library has a great selection of books and other media suitable for all ages. Also the building has a store, a cafe and a cinema within it.

Thank Perales07
Reviewed January 7, 2016 via mobile

We visited this excellent multi-cultural complex in December and were very impressed indeed with the cinema and library. There was also a gingerbread house city on display that was absolutely charming.

Thank Bill Y
Reviewed December 30, 2015

Its a great place to peruse all the different books. The library section covers 3 floors. There is a cinema-complex on the ground floor (bit out of date). Excellent with the opening hours being quite late, even the library stays open until 21.

Thank Asswag
Reviewed October 26, 2015

A library with loads of seating options, a cinema, reliable free wifi, decent cafe - what's not to like? Other than the restroom, which seemed a complicated affair - but this seemed to be a feature of many places I went to - you either...More

Thank TREX100
Reviewed October 5, 2015

I got one card,that i can use 6 years, i can take and read books at home,and inside the great liberary, on 4 floors,great atmosphere there.

Thank Eijente90
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