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Deichmanske bibliotek / Oslo Public Library, Majorstuen Branch

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Majorstuen is the largest Deichman library branch in Oslo, and offers automated lending of books, audio books, comics, movies and music.

The branch offers free use of computers, wireless internet, study boxes, Xbox, and events, screenings and exhibitions for both children and adults.

The library has all three active reading circles, one of which is in Norwegian and two in English. Every Wednesday you can join Senior Surf, a free internet class for seniors (55+).

Shorter hours during the summer.

Hours

Mon, Tue, Wed and Thu
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Fri
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sat - Sun
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

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Deichmanske bibliotek / Oslo Public Library, Majorstuen Branch

Majorstuen is the largest Deichman library branch in Oslo, and offers automated lending of books, audio books, comics, movies and music. The branch o...

Deichmanske bibliotek / Oslo Public Library, Majorstuen Branch

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