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Oslo Concert Hall (Oslo Konserthus)

Oslo Concert Hall (Oslo Konserthus) Photo: edaugh (CC BY 2.0) Oslo Concert Hall (Oslo Konserthus) Photo: jamie.silva (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) Oslo Concert Hall (Oslo Konserthus) Photo: NRK/Kringkastingsorkesteret
Oslo Concert Hall (Oslo Konserthus) Photo: edaugh (CC BY 2.0)
Oslo Concert Hall (Oslo Konserthus) Photo: jamie.silva (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
Oslo Concert Hall (Oslo Konserthus) Photo: NRK/Kringkastingsorkesteret

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Hours

Mon - Fri
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sat
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Transportation


Metro > Nationaltheatret Tram No.12 > Vikatorget

Facilities

  • Conference facilities

    • maximum classroom seating (150)
    • exhibition area (sq m) (470)
    • maximum banquet seating (250)
    • number of meeting rooms (2)
    • maximum number of conference participants (1404)
    • max theatre seating capacity (1404)
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Oslo Concert Hall (Oslo Konserthus)

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