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Museums in Norway

Whether you’re into fine art, contemporary works, historical artefacts, or just want to see Edvard Munch’s Scream, this is your guide to some of the best museums in Norway.

Fine art museums and museums of contemporary art

Investments in places to explore art are on the rise in Norway, resulting in new landmark architecture housing both public and private collections. Norway also has the world’s largest museum devoted to one single artist, the painter Edvard Munch.

Historical museums

Norway has a surprisingly long history and proofs of civilisation go more than 10,000 years back in time. All over the country, there are museums with collections that you will only find here.

Museums in Oslo

Oslo has several world-class museums, with exhibitions ranging from Viking ships to the newest contemporary art. Most places are easy to visit within a short time frame by foot, bike, or public transport.

Kid-friendly museums

Children are always welcome in Norwegian museums, but here you will find museums that are especially suited for the little ones.

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