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Norwegian Museum of Magic

Norwegian Museum of Magic Photo: Norsk Tryllemuseum
Norwegian Museum of Magic Photo: Norsk Tryllemuseum

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The Norwegian Museum of Magic aims to present the work and history of Norwegian magicians. The museum is a fascinating place in continuous development and well worth a visit for fans of magic.

Magic show on Sundays at 2 pm. Sale of books and magic equipment, in addition to warm and cold drinks.

Contact the museum for group visits outside the regular opening hours. Closed during Christmas/New Year's.

The museums's history
It started in 1997 as the "Norwegian Magician Archives" with a collection of posters, newspaper clips, programmes, advertisement cards and photos. In 2001 the museum moved into its own facilities in Munkedamsveien as the Norwegian Museum of Magic. The museum's collection was then expanded to also include props, costumes and other equipment that has belonged to Norwegian magicians.

Norwegian name: Norsk Tryllemuseum

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Hours

Sun
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Transportation


Bus No.54 > Aker Brygge Tram No.12 > Aker Brygge

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Norwegian Museum of Magic - Photo: Norsk Tryllemuseum

Norwegian Museum of Magic

The Norwegian Museum of Magic aims to present the work and history of Norwegian magicians. The museum is a fascinating place in continuous development...

Norwegian Museum of Magic

Source: Visitnorway

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