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Oslo

Comic book library: Serieteket

Special library for comics at the Grünerløkka library branch. Closed on Sundays in summer....

Fredrikstad

The Football Museum Dep. Fredrikstad

Experience Norwegian football history in the Football Museum Dept. Fredrikstad.

Gressvik

Elingaard Herregård (Manor)

Elingaard Manor is beautifully situated on Onsøy outside of Fredrikstad. The place has an unknown age, but there are visible cultural remains from from the Bronze Age and onwards.

Torp

Roald Amundsen Minne

Roald Amundsen, the great adventurer. Born in Borge, 1872.

Moss

Punkt Ø - Momentum

Punkt Ø- Momentum art exhibition hall Punkt Ø exhibition arena during Momentum, is in an old brewery in the old industrial part of Moss, the Mill To...

Oslo

Oslo School Museum

Oslo School Museum presents the history of education in Oslo. The museum is located in the old schoolmaster's residence in Oslo's oldest primary schoo...

Oslo

Galleri Norske Grafikere

Gallery and sale of contemporary prints by both Norwegian and international artists. The gallery has about 10 exhibitions a year. At any time the ga...

Oslo

Blomqvist Auction House Gallery

Blomqvist is Norway's oldest and largest auction house, where quality and tradition have been celebrated since 1870. Blomqvist specialises in Norwegia...

Moss

Moss Brewery Museum

Open every Saturday in June, July and August. Showing our permanent exhibition as well as the theme exhibition of this year, " Intet skår i gleden" ("No shard in the joy"), pieces of norwegian porcelain/faience history. Guided tours can be arranged for groups.

Horten

Preus museum

Preus Museum offers visitors many exciting experiences within the expanded field of photography: from the earliest technical and scientific experiments to modern photographic art that has pushed back the boundaries of what a photograph can be.
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