The National Museum – Architecture is being rehabilitated in 2023. There are no exhibitions available during this period and the museum is closed while Statsbygg is improving the building. The study room is open upon request.
The National Museum – Architecture presents temporary exhibitions with contemporary and historical architectural themes. The museum has a collection of architectural drawings, models and other artifacts, from the 1830's up until today.
|Day of week||Opening hours|
|Sunday, monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday and saturday||Closed|
Closed: New Year
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.