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Find providers and contact information Museums & Galleries in Asker and Bærum

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Hvalstad

Vollen Coast Cultural Center

Vollen coast cultural center (Swiss villa) is located at a recreational area and by the beach. Selvik villa was buildt in 1881 as a retreat for the fa...

Nesbru

The yellow house in Asker

Det Gule Huset er en kulturinstitusjon, et formidlingssted for billedkunst og kunsthåndverk og et arbeidsfellesskap for utøvere av disse fagene. Huset...

Sandvika

Emma Hjorth Museum

Emma Hjorth founded Norway’s first care home for people with mental disabilities in 1898. The museum presents the story of care for those with disab...

Sandvika

Bærum Art Society

Bærum Art Society is a gallery of art at a high level. The gallery is located in the white wooden row right by the river. The Art Society holds approx....

Lommedalen

Lommedalsbanen Museum Railway Line

Lommedalsbanen is a specialised museum with railway elements from construction, industry and the Norwegian military. They run a heritage railway, where...

Eiksmarka

The Grini Museum

Grini prison camp was the biggest camp for political prisoners in Norway during World War 2, and nearly 20.000 women and men were held captive there fo...

Høvikodden

Henie Onstad Art Center

Tomorrow's Art Today! Henie Onstad Art Centre is beautifully situated at Høvikoddsen. The program displays a series of exhibitions in modernism and co...
Adults from NOK 80,-

Vollen

The Oslofjord Museum

The Oslofjord Museum is a creative new venture among Norwegian museums; a new and unique foray into educational experiences. The Oslofjord Museum, ope...

Høvikodden

Henie Onstad Art Centre

Museum of modern and contemporary Art at Høvikodden, 15 minutes west of Oslo. The museum was opened in 1968 and made possible by a generous donation fr...

Bærums Verk

Bærums Verk - shopping

Handelstedet Bærums Verk In industrial historical environment from the early 1600s , ther are 50 shops, craftsmen , workshops , galleries and resta...
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