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The International Museum of Childrens Art

Situated in a cozy old house in a quiet, residential area, this museum presents the world from the viewpoint of children. The walls and even the floors are covered with paintings, drawings, sculptures and textile art made by children from over 180 different countries! Your children can join the creative process by drawing or playing the drums in the basement when you visit.

The Ibsen Museum

Henrik Ibsen's apartment, where the famous Norwegian author lived from 1895 until his death in 1906, has been restored and transformed into a museum. The study contains his original furniture and belongings, and the rest of the apartment has been restored to its original appearance. Throughout the year, The Ibsen Museum arranges lectures and theatrical performances, with a new program every spring and autumn. There are also temporary exhibitions. In order to gain entry to the apartment you must be on a guided tour. Tours begin on an hourly basis, and last for approximately thirty minutes.

Artists' House

Kunstnernes Hus was built in 1930 by Norwegian architects Blakstad and Munthe-Kaas, and represents a central trend in Norwegian architecture. The four exhibition rooms are solely used for temporary exhibitions of Norwegian and international contemporary art. One of the greatest events of the year is the Annual National Autumn Show, where a jury selects the exhibitors in the show from artists (and would-be artists) from all over the country. At the entrance you will find the popular restaurant Arcimboldo, with a nice view of Slottsparken.

Gallery Norske Grafikere

Gallery Norske Grafikere is one of many galleries in Kvadraturen, more specifically, this lively area was the center of Oslo until the 19th Century. The gallery presents contemporary lithography and the art of print-making. There are about ten new exhibitions each year, and it is not a problem for the gallery to find artists for their numerous shows, as they are in possession of the largest collection of contemporary lithography in Norway.

Ekeberg Hill

The hill of Ekeberg, on the east side of Oslo, provides you with a panoramic view of the city. It is possible to walk all the way up the hill or challenge yourself with a bike ride. Make sure you stop on the way to look at the rock carvings (sign-posted), which are around 4000-5000 years old and show several animals and human figures, as well as a kind of bird trap. This hill has been the main inspiration for the background of Edvard Munch's painting The Scream. Contact +47 815 30 555 for further information.

Albin Upp Galleri

Albin Upp Galleri & Kunstkafé is situated in Briskeby, the area between Frognerparken (Vigeland Park) and Slottsparken (the Royal Palace). There are new exhibitions every other week. The art exhibited ranges from various mediums such as oil paintings and watercolors to rugs. Regardless of whether the art is to your taste our not, the food in the café certainly will be.

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