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The house is now a small museum, open to the public where everything has been retained as it was when the artist lived there. The original studio building has been pulled down, but another building has been erected on the same site. Edvard Munch...more
Visits to the house are with a guide only. We arrived at opening time (1100hrs), there was a Norwegian tour initially, we had to wait 1/2 hour for an English tour. I think they just do tours on demand according to the language required.
This was the first house that Edvard Munchs owned and he loved it! It is not a big house, but it is situated in the city of Åsgårdstrand near the seaside. It has a nice garden. Inside you can see how Edvard Munch live when...More
This small house was the first home of the famous Norwegian painter Munch.
Some of his most famous paintings are depicting the local area, including the "girls on the bridge".
Well kept and with a lot of original features, including Munch's paint kit and toothbrush!...More
I randomly bumped into this place while stopping by in Åsgårdstrand. It is quite an interesting place in beautiful surroundings. I had an interesting, guided tour through the house. Although the house is small, the tour was nice, but short and therefore a bit pricy...More
Åsgårdstrand is a small, supercozy little village at the vest side of the Oslo Fjord. Just a bit more than an hour drive from Oslo. In summer time the pleace is full of life, with boats entering the nice harbour, and lots of tourists, mostly...More
This is a small house, the first owned by Edvard Munch who visited the area for most of his life to paint. He bought this before he was famous and wealthy.
The tour guide, a young history student, gave an excellent talk about the house...More
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The spor is so beautiful, but the tiny little house that served as as studio for Munch is just a pretext. As a matter of fact, his works are better appreciated at the Munch Museum in Oslo. There are other plenty outdoor activities to do...More