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Experience visual art at Haugesund Museum of Fine Arts - Haugalandmuseet

The art museum, within walking distance of Haugesund city centre, gives you older art and contemporary art in one place!

What can I see and experience at Haugesund Museum of Fine Arts?

The museum's collection has been built up over more than a hundred years and is centred on artists and artworks associated with Western Norway. The museum also has a rich collection of high-pressure art by national and international artists.

The art gallery is also the venue for the sales exhibitions of Haugesund Kunstforening, one of the country's most active art associations.

In the art museum you'll find a shop, activities for children and young people, and a small café.

Accessibility at Haugesund Museum of Fine Arts?

The art centre has several exhibition halls with universal design. Free parking for museum guests.

Where can I buy tickets?

You can buy tickets at the reception. The ticket gives you access to two of Haugalandmuseet's open museums within 48 hours. See for an overview of all the museums.

What does the ticket cost?

Adult: NOK 70

Student (16-18): NOK 50

Honour: NOK 50

Children under 16: Free of charge

What are the opening hours at Haugesund Museum of Fine Arts?

The museum is open all year round. In spring and autumn, the museum is open on selected Mondays when there are cruise ships in town. In summer, the museum is open every day.

Spring 2024: Tuesday - Saturday 12:00-15:00, Sunday 12:00-17:00. Monday closed.

Opening hours summer (17.06-11.08): All days: 11:00-15:00.

Autumn 2024: Tuesday - Friday 12:00-15:00, Saturday - Sunday 11:00-15:00. Monday closed.

How long does it take to walk from Our Savior's Church (Vår Frelsers Kirke) to Haugesund Museum of Fine Arts?

Haugesund Museum of Fine Arts is located 750 metres from Our Savior's Church (Vår Frelsers), in the centre of Haugesund. It takes about 12 minutes to walk at a leisurely pace. Along the way, you can make a stop at Havnaberg senior centre and take great pictures of the first king of Norway "Harald Hårfagre".

Source: Destinasjon Haugesund & Haugalandet


Experience visual art at Haugesund Museum of Fine Arts - Haugalandmuseet

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