Norsk Folkemuseum

Museumsveien 10
Oslo

Norsk Folkemuseum

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This is Norway’s largest museum of cultural history. With collections from around the country, the museum shows how people lived in Norway from 1500 to the present. The more than 150 buildings in the Open-Air Museum represent different regions in Norway, different time periods, as well as differences between town and country, and social classes. There are various organic kitchen gardens and also certified organic sheep and dairy cows during summer. Permanent indoor exhibitions include folk art, folk costumes, toys and Sami culture. There is also a variety of temporary exhibitions and audience programs all year round.
Read more (in Norwegian or English) on their website.

+47 22 12 37 00 / +47 22 12 36 66
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This is a huge museum with something for every taste. The Open-Air part is beautiful all year round, but probably most exciting during summer. I go there just to "take a walk in the park" - it doesn't get much more idyllic than green grass surrounded by medieval (and other old) buildings!

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I. S. Dez 2012 "This museum makes me feel more at home in Oslo. Loves it."

This is a huge museum with something for every taste. The Open-Air part is beautiful all year round, but probably most exciting during summer. I go there just to "take a walk in the park" - it doesn't get much more idyllic than green grass surrounded by medieval (and other old) buildings!

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