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Café Edvard Munch

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Café Edvard Munch serves simple lunch dishes, coffee and cakes during the museum's opening hours. The café also has beer and wine on the menu. The terrace is open in summer.

Private parties of 10-100 persons are also welcome. Bookings can be made for times outside the Munch Museum's opening hours.

The café and museum shop are open when the museum is closed for exhibition changes, but not on Mondays between 1 September and 31 May.

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Café Edvard Munch has obtained certification for their environmental efforts by:

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Café Edvard Munch

Café Edvard Munch serves simple lunch dishes, coffee and cakes during the museum's opening hours. The café also has beer and wine on the menu. The terr...

Café Edvard Munch

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