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Munch Museum Oslo

Munch-Museet Oslo

The museum is dedicated to the work and life of the painter Edvard Munch. His most famous paintings can be seen here.

Tøyengata 53, 0578 Oslo, Norway

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Opening Hours

Ordinary hours:
Mon - Sun: 10 am - 4 pm

Summer season (Jun 18 - Sep 25):
Daily: 10 am - 5 pm

Closed days 2016: Jan 1, Feb 1-5, May 1, 17, Jun 13-17, Oct 10-13, Dec 23-26, 31

Mini Exhibitions:
Jan 18-31, May 30 - Jun 12, Sep 26 - Oct 9
Highlights from the collection will be on view. Free admission.

Public Tours:
Sun: 1 pm
Jul, Aug: Sun at 3 pm.

Public Tours in English:
Jul, Aug: Sun at 2 pm

The tours are free of charge with a paid ticket to the exhibition.

Admission

Adults: NOK 100
Seniors (67+), Students: NOK 60
Children (under 18): free

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