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Henie Onstad Art Center

Oslo, Norway 2.7 mi away
#19 of 111 Museums in Oslo
On recent visits, we enjoyed a wonderful retrospective of American artist RIchard Avedon, the permanent exhibit (Hymn of Life) by Japanese artist, Yayoi Kusame, and an exhibit entitles :Turn and Face the Strange",...
(We were there in mid and late afternoon on September 20 and found the woman at the counter to be exceptional with pleasant manner and knowledge) The sculptures in the outdoor sculpture Park and in the museum were...
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Asker Museum

Hvalstad, Norway 1.5 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Hvalstad

Baerum Kunstforening Gallery

Sandvika 2.0 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Sandvika

Baerums Verk

Baerum Municipality, Norway 5.2 mi away
#1 of 7 Museums in Baerum Municipality
Quite a nice place they have 6 restaurant we ended up a nice cafe there is also a dinner place nice shops with handmade items we went into the glass shop wjere they were making wine glasses was interesting to watch
An old iron works from 1610 has been converted to a cosy place with small restaurants, handcraft stores in the buildings where the workers used to live and a small shopping mall.

Norsk Folkemuseum

Oslo, Norway 7.3 mi away
#4 of 111 Museums in Oslo
... has something for everyone - urban and rural lifestyles, fashion history, live craftsman displays, costumed reenactments, live music, period dancing, a rebuilt stave church, and artifacts from several centuries.
Get your walking shoes on, grab a camera, hit the Bygdoy ferry and head over to the open-air Museum of Cultural History for superb examples of Norwegian houses, churches, farms, town buildings throughout the ages.
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Fram Museum

Oslo, Norway 7.7 mi away
#2 of 111 Museums in Oslo
Brilliant museum, very educational for global warming, learning about the Arctic Cooperation, the first explorations to the North and South Poles, definitely go for this over the Maritime Museum.
Surrounding the two vessels are also comprehensive exhibits on history of Polar explorations, first nations along the Arctic, and special topics on various expeditions to the poles.
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Viking Ship Museum

Oslo, Norway 7.2 mi away
#8 of 111 Museums in Oslo
Great museum wonderful Viking ships and great viewing areas : well put together and informative and the highlight was the most magical film which was shown over the walls of the museum ceiling taking us back into...
For history buffs and viking fans this is a must-see: three (surprisingly large) ships, the skeletons who were buried in the ships and amazing objects buried with the notable viking people.
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Vollen, Norway 4.1 mi away
#1 of 4 Museums in Vollen

Kon-Tiki Museum

Oslo, Norway 7.6 mi away
#6 of 111 Museums in Oslo
Amazing little museum located in the most beautiful place with an overview of Oslo, the history of kon-tiki is so well presented and exciting and great for entertaining kids as well.
this showcases the fragile vessels of thor heyerdahl....the balsa kontiki and reed ra2......the presentation is excellent....the stories are very well told.....the museum is next to the fram museum so both can vis...
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Vigeland Museum

Oslo, Norway 8.3 mi away
#3 of 111 Museums in Oslo
The Vigeland sculptures in Frogner Park (more often mistakenly called "Vigeland Sculpture Park") are really quite amazing and make this beautiful park so much more than just a wonderful space for relaxation and re...
Well what can i say the 4 of us enjoyed this Vigeland Museum so much to look at and see Johanna translated to me and Peter in English vingerbe was doing the talk about the museum and history it was very interestin...
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Hebbe Lille's Gallery

Vollen, Norway 4.0 mi away
#2 of 4 Museums in Vollen

Keramikkhjoernet Gallery

Vollen, Norway 4.0 mi away
#3 of 4 Museums in Vollen

22 July Centre

Oslo, Norway 9.5 mi away
#1 of 111 Museums in Oslo
Very informative and respectful memorial of the July attacks, which was especially poignant in light of the recent NZ attacks (I’m a kiwi).
Most of them look like photos you would see in a yearbook - young, happy, smiling and laughing teenagers, looking forward to the future, and the adults who had so much more to give.

Oslo City Hall Gallery

Oslo, Norway 9.0 mi away
#9 of 111 Museums in Oslo
It is a remarkable hall: huge frescoes cover all four walls, describing scenes of Norway's history, mythology, its customs and lifestyles as well as some of its most illustrious sons: artists, musicians authors an...
Though it is an actual City Hall - and famous location of the Nobel Peace Prize Award ceremony - it is an enormous large-space museum to Norwegian art and culture.
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Norwegian Maritime Museum

Oslo, Norway 7.7 mi away
#16 of 111 Museums in Oslo
This museum celebrates Norway as a maritime nation and there is a vast and diverse collection of boats, ships, boating paraphernalia, interesting exhibits, photos and paintings, as well as a multi-screen cinema pr...
As it is in the same location as the Kon Tiki and Fram museums it makes a great day out for all ages - there is plenty to keep the children entertained and educated about Norwegian exploration via the sea.
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Holmenkollen Ski Museum

Oslo, Norway 9.2 mi away
#7 of 111 Museums in Oslo
I was thrilled to visit the Holmenkollen ski jump tower because of the History and beauty of the landscape.The tower offers sensational views of Oslo.The Museum shop has a beautiful assortment of sweaters and ski...
Other than ski jump tower and museum, it also has souvenir shop, ski simulator and cafe Holmenkollen was first used for ski jump in late 1800s thereafter it was build and rebuild several times and today it is the...
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Norges Hjemmefrontmuseum

Oslo, Norway 9.0 mi away
#10 of 111 Museums in Oslo
Located as part of the Aksershus Castle and Fortress area, the museum attracts history buffs... one of the better war musuems i've seen... the best still is the World War I museum in Kansas, US. after the musuem,...
From the fleeing of the Royal Family, through the war, and on to liberation, the museum displays through photos, newspapers, dioramas and artifacts the great lengths the Norwegians went to in order to resist the o...
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Ac Design

Baerums Verk 5.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Baerums Verk


Fornebu 5.4 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Fornebu

Armed Forces Museum

Oslo, Norway 9.1 mi away
#12 of 111 Museums in Oslo
Very impressive collection of Norwegian & German armaments from all eras, but particularly World War II... this is the ONE museum (of all the museums we visited in Oslo) that our son longs to go back to: higher pr...
the museum is great - with ots of info also on port-war involvemnet of Noerwegina armed forces in KFOR etc etc for the active ones: one can go into vehicules and feel how "comfi" tanks etc can be.
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The Ibsen Museum

Oslo, Norway 8.9 mi away
#13 of 111 Museums in Oslo
The tour of the Ibsen's apartment (this is the very building and apartment where he and lis wife lived and died) was very interesting and informative, lead by a lively and knowledgable museum guide who could answe...
undoubtedly, the gem of Ibsen's Museum is the guided tour of the apartment where he spent the last years of his life; people, things, habits revive in front you and offer you a better understanding of the man and...
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The Nobel Peace Center

Oslo, Norway 8.9 mi away
#14 of 111 Museums in Oslo
Highlight: strikingly beautiful, incredibly tasteful and very moving 'candle-lit' walk-through interactive display of each and every recipient who has received the Nobel Prize for Peace: THE highlight in a museum...
The guided tour by Adeline with her energy, passion and happy attitude provides great insight to the importance of the museum and knowledge that take the experience of the museum to another level.
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#5 of 111 Museums in Oslo
One of the nicest displays I have seen, the gardens are superbly well planned and contain a large number of species (that are adapted for the climate zone), the 2 green houses while small are very interesting and...
... of green for children to run around on, to plant and tree enthusiasts learning more about the wide variety of plant life in the garden and to those who just want to have a garden to walk around in relax among.

Emanuel Vigeland Museum

Oslo, Norway 9.0 mi away
#15 of 111 Museums in Oslo
Emanuel Vigeland Museum One hidden gem in Oslo
The paintings are amazing, and interesting more and more reveals utself when your eyes adjust to the darkness.

Museum of Oslo

Oslo, Norway 8.4 mi away
#20 of 111 Museums in Oslo
The film and exhibits provide a great overview of the history of Kristiania and Oslo, German occupation during WWII, Denmark-Norway union, devastating fires and disease that gripped the city, and so much more.
After the crowds at the Vigeland Sculpture Park, do what we did and take a break here at the Oslo City Museum which is right next door.
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Astrup Fearnley Museet

Oslo, Norway 8.5 mi away
#22 of 111 Museums in Oslo
Excellent contemporary art collection but the building/setting is the real star, with beautiful views over the fjords, a shady relaxing terrace, a sculpture park and even a beach!
Loved this museum, amazing light and atmosphere with a variety (photography, painting, sculptures, painting) of contemporary art style to see.
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Osteras 6.9 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Osteras

Nordisk bibelmuseum

Oslo, Norway 9.2 mi away
#17 of 111 Museums in Oslo
Comprehensive Bible exhibition showing the development and translation of the Bible into Scandinavian languages.
The museum is small but comprehensive and very informative.

The Historical Museum

Oslo, Norway 9.2 mi away
#23 of 111 Museums in Oslo
There is an excellent collection of Viking antiquities including armour, everyday items and carvings.
The collections were amazing, and I found myself ever more interested in the Viking historical items, and intricate architecture.
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