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GlasMagasinet Stortorvet

GlasMagasinet Stortorvet Photo: GlasMagasinet GlasMagasinet Stortorvet Photo: GlasMagasinet GlasMagasinet Stortorvet Photo: VisitOSLO/Nancy Bundt
GlasMagasinet Stortorvet Photo: GlasMagasinet
GlasMagasinet Stortorvet Photo: GlasMagasinet
GlasMagasinet Stortorvet Photo: VisitOSLO/Nancy Bundt

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One of the oldest department stores, located across from Oslo Cathedral.

GlasMagasinet has four floors of fashion, Norwegian and international design, wellness, food, gifts, decor and much more.

Here you also find Christiania Glasmagasin, with a unique choice in gifts, tableware and kitchenware, and downstairs is home to the largest kitchen department and Den Norske Husfliden.

GlasMagasinet has roots back to the 1860s when Christiania Glasmagasin moved from Jernbanetorget up to Stortorget 10.

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  • Shops Shops
  • Home & Garden Home & Garden

Hours

Mon - Fri
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sat
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Transportation


Tram No.11/17/18 > Stortorvet Metro > Stortinget Bus No.37/46/70 > Stortorvet
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One of the oldest department stores, located across from Oslo Cathedral. GlasMagasinet has four floors of fashion, Norwegian and international...

GlasMagasinet Stortorvet

Source: Visitnorway

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