Experience dot queen Yayoi Kusama and the sensational new exhibition space The Twist at the Kistefos-Museet, as well as the fabulous glass products at Hadeland Glassverk. The Hadeland area not far from Oslo is an absolute must-go for art lovers.
Want to see Scream with a view? The iconic, new Munch Museum is opening this year. But that is not the only reason why both art lovers and others should visit Oslo – now, you can also go skiing even in the summer, and explore one of the world’s most striking libraries.
See the works of Edvard Munch and other Norwegian and international artists in some of Norway’s best (and most stunning) museums and galleries, enjoy cool street art in unusual places, and take a walk through beautiful outdoor sculpture parks.
The impressive Norwegian Opera and Ballet in Oslo is a must for its high-quality performances and architecture. Theatre lovers and fans of musicals and other shows should find plenty to see, not only in the big cities but also in many smaller towns.