The Norsk Arkitekturmuseum or the Museum of Norwegian Architecture was founded in the year 1975. The museum features photographs, models, and drawings. These cover more than 1000 years of the building history of the nation.
The first floor of the museum offers a permanent exhibition called Houses of History. When visiting the museum you will also be able to arrange a tour that will show the past and the present architectural projects of the country.
The museum is located in an area that used to be a part of Christiania. It is in a building that was around since Christian IV’s reign. The oldest area of the house that is home to the museum dates all the way back to the year 1640. In 1993, the home underwent extensive renovations.
The museum is open to visitors Tuesday through Sunday. The hours of the museum are from 11 to 5 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. On Thursdays the museum is open from 11 until 7. On Saturday and Sunday the hours are from 12 to 4. The price for adults to visit the museum is NOK 50. Student pricing is NOK 30. Children under the age of 18 get in free. Admission is free to everyone on Sundays.
Norsk Arkitekturmuseum Photo Gallery
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