Closed

Based on guidelines for the coronavirus situation provided by Norwegian health authorities, we have decided to close our museum locations from Thursday, 12 March, through 13 April. We are monitoring the situation closely and will update with further information as the situation develops. We apologize for the inconvenience.

The National Museum – Architecture presents permanent and temporary exhibitions with contemporary and historical architectural themes.

Opening hours

29 March 20204 April 2020

Day of week Opening hours
Sunday, monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday and saturday
Based on guidelines for the coronavirus situation provided by Norwegian health authorities, we have decided to close our museum locations from Thursday, 12 March, through 13 April. We are monitoring the situation closely and will update with further information as the situation develops. We apologize for the inconvenience.

All exceptions to the opening hours

  • 9 April 2020 10 April 2020

    Closed: Easter holiday

  • 11 April 2020 12 April 2020

    12–17:

  • 13 April 2020 13 April 2020

    Closed: Easter holiday

  • 1 May 2020 1 May 2020

    Closed: Holiday may 1

  • 17 May 2020 17 May 2020

    Closed: Norway's National Day

  • 21 May 2020 21 May 2020

    Closed:

  • 31 May 2020 31 May 2020

    12–17:

  • 1 June 2020 1 June 2020

    Closed:

  • 23 December 2020 26 December 2020

    Closed: Christmas

  • 29 December 2020 30 December 2020

    12–17:

  • 31 December 2020 1 January 2021

    Closed: New Year

Admission

Adults: NOK 50
Students/pensioners/concessions/groups of more than 10: NOK 30
Free entry for all on Thursdays.


Free admission:
Children (under and including the age of 18)
Schools (grunnskole/videregående skole)
Art students with valid student ID (Art, Design, Architecture, Art History, Museology and Conservation)
Companion (with companion card)

About the National Museum – Architecture's collection:

  • The collection includes drawings and photographic documentation, models and other objects.
  • This is Norway's largest architecture collection and consists of more than 300,000 artefacts, dating from the 1830's and up until today.
  • Important architects whose works are in the collection are: Ove Bang, Blakstad & Munthe-Kaas, Wenche Selmer, Jan & Jon, Knut Knutsen, Arne Korsmo, Christian Norberg-Schulz, Magnus Poulsson, Erling Viksjø and Sverre Fehn.

Location and access

  • A

    Bankplassen 3, 0151, Oslo

Tram: 12, 13, 15, 19 to Øvre slottsgate

Bus: 30, 31, 32, 54 to Kvadraturen

Metro: Stortinget station. All lines stop here.

Accessibility

Wheelchair access: The main entrance is reached by a flight of stairs. Beside the stairs you will see a sign to the entrance at the back of the building. The rear entrance is step-free with access control, and visitors are accompanied into the building. There is a lift to all floors.