The National Museum – Architecture presents temporary exhibitions with contemporary and historical architectural themes.
Adults: NOK 60
Students/pensioners/concessions/groups of more than 10: NOK 40
Children (under and including the age of 18)
Schools (grunnskole/videregående skole)
Art students with valid student ID (Art, Design, Architecture, Art History, Museology, Conservation and Aesthetics)
Companion (with companion card)
The National Museum – Architecture is a destination in itself. The museum building is a combination of classicism and modernism – a meeting between Christian Heinrich Grosch (1801–1865) and Sverre Fehn (1924–2009), two central architects in Norwegian art history.
Tram: 12, 13, 15, 19 to Øvre slottsgate
Bus: 30, 31, 32, 54 to Kvadraturen
Metro: Stortinget station. All lines stop here.
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.