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Asker cultural centre


In the Asker cultural centre you'll find a variety of events for all age groups and interests. Read more about the program and find the opening hours at

Welcome to a vibrant cultural center in a perfect location

Asker culture center is located in the center of Asker with a bustling life summer and winter. We want to be a cultural center for everyone, with a varied offering both in breadth and to all ages. The program ranges from professional, established artists to local amateur performances.

Asker Culture House is located right in the center of Asker, next to the Triangle shopping center. It is only a five minute walk from Asker station, with train and bus connections to Oslo and Drammen. If you come by car, there is two hours of free parking in the large parking garage of the mall. In addition, there are other parking garages as well as street parking in Asker city center.

A cultural center for everyone: Asker culture center is a municipal activity that is responsible for both program and operation of the stage. In addition to theater and concert halls, the house houses two black-box halls, an outdoor scene, banqueting rooms, seminars and meeting rooms, gallery / vestibule, youth club with non-alcoholic café and band room, library, cultural corner, cinema and dining. The upper floors have office space.

Dining: In collaboration with Wettre Brewery, we offer dining at most of our evening events. The bar opens an hour before the show.

Social media: In addition to the updated program on our website and on, we recommend that you follow us on facebook. Then you will quickly know about our events and can secure your tickets early. If you sign up for our newsletter, you will also quickly know what is happening with us.

For the little ones, feel free to follow the kid's culture house on Facebook.

You can fin d a list of cultural programmes for Asker municipality in the cultural calendar at

Members of Visit Greater Oslo

Last updated: 01/02/2024

Source: Visit Greater Oslo

Asker cultural centre


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