We took the underground from the National Theatre station to Toyen station and then did the short (10 minute walk) to the Munch Museum. The museum is easy to get to and well sign-posted. Overall we very impressed with the paintings but the museum building, shop and cafe were a little of a let down. I expected the museum building to be nicer and to make more of an impact but it didn't and hasn't even nice grounds around it (although it is close to the Botanical Gardens which we didn't get to see unfortunately). The cafe and shop seemed too small and "on top" of each other and cluttered. The cafe was limited in terms of lunch and very over-priced. So while the most important thing is that the paintings are displayed well, the museum builing itself lacks atmosphere and was not an inviting place to linger.
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