Villa Stenersen was designed from 1937 to 1939 by the architect Arne Korsmo (1900–1968) for the financier and art collector Rolf E. Stenersen (1899–1978).

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.

The villa is open from 14 April to 31 October

Open every Sunday from 12.00 to 16.00. Free admission.

There are guided tours at 13.00 (in Norwegian), 14.00 (in English) and 15.00 (in Norwegian). No booking in advance for the open guided tours.

Private tours can be booked throughout the week.

Accessibility

We regret that the Villa is not yet barrier-free. There are staircases inside and outside with handrails and wheelchair entrances narrower than 90cm on the ground and first floors. Staff at the Villa are available to assist.

Fees for private tours

School pupils or student groups from Norway or abroad: Free entrance
Monday–Friday 10:00–15:00: NOK 1,000 (max. 15 people per group).
Monday–Friday after 16:00 and Saturday-Sunday: NOK 1,500.

For more information: omvisninger@nasjonalmuseet.no

Location and access

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    Tuengen allé 10C, 0374, Oslo

From central Oslo, Metro line 2 or 3 to Borgen station. Cross Sørkedalsveien and follow Svalbardveien up into Tuengen allé. Alternatively, Metro line 1 to Vinderen. Cross through Vinderen centre and follow Borgenveien down the hill into Tuengen allé.

Visitors travelling by car are unfortunately not allowed to drive onto the property or park there, and must instead stop/park in Tuengen allé.