Welcome to the art valley of Hvalstad
The heart of the museum is an artist homes of Tilla and Otto Valstad, and Hulda and Arne Garborg. The museum has a lush, baroque-inspired garden with animal sculptures by Anne Grimdalen, a large and diverse collection of houses and objects.
Labråten was the home of Hulda and Arne Garborg. On Labråten the couple had a quiet place where they could write and engage in cultural activities. It was an exchange that continued influences from both Europe and the world otherwise, a meeting place of ideas and creation related to the brde cultural power that was not limited by national boundaries, religion or race.
Guided tours of the artist home
As far as possible Asker Museum offers daily tours of the artist homes.
Please contact us by phone 66 79 00 11 or e-mail: email@example.com or when you are here on a visit.
Visit Asker museum
Opening hours Tuesday to Friday. 11.00 to 15.00 Sunday at 14.00 to 16.00 Closed Monday and Saturday
Café Gunhild gift shop is open during the museum's opening hours. Please contact for guided tours and visits outside opening hours.
How to find us
Directions and how to get to Asker museum by public transport. Traveling collectively can take a local train to Hvalstad station and so it takes about 15 minutes to walk from the station. Or take bus 270 from Sandvika bus terminal to Asker Museum.
KollektivtransportTog: L1 (Lillestrom Spikkestad) Bus: 270 Asker Sandvika- (Fornebu west)