Oslo City Museum

Interesting
In a handsome wooden manor house with an elegant pinnacle turret, the fascinating Bymuseet brings to life the history of the city through the ages, thanks to documents, paintings and reconstructions of interiors, shops and homes from the 18C. Long-lost neighbourhoods and trades of yesteryear are sensitively evoked, and children will no doubt be amused by the reconstruction of kitchens from the Middle Ages to the present.

Useful information

Address : 

Frognerveien 67

Phone:

+47 23 28 41 70

Price:

free of charge

Opening hours

[daily except Mon 11am-4pm - closed mid Dec-mid Jan and 17 May]

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