Astrup Fearnley Museum

Local nameAstrup Fearnley Museet
LocationEast Land, Norway

The Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art is a privately owned contemporary art gallery in Oslo in Norway. It was founded and opened to the public in 1993. The collection's main focus is the American appropriation artists from the 1980s, but it is currently developing towards the international contemporary art scene, with artists like Jeff Koons, Richard Prince, Cindy Sherman, Matthew Barney, Tom Sachs, Doug Aitken, Olafur Eliasson and Cai Guo-Qiang. The museum gives 6-7 temporary exhibitions each year. Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art collaborates with international institutions, and produces exhibitions that travels worldwide. In 2012 the museum moved to two new buildings designed by Renzo Piano on Tjuvholmen.

Tags Contemporary ArtModern ArtWheelchair AccessibleMuseumArt
Download Download See more
Visit Oslo Pass from 48 USD

Opening hours

Mon: closed
Tue, Wed, Fri: noon - 5 pm
Thu: noon - 7 pm
Sat, Sun: 11 am - 5 pm

Guided tours:
Sat, Sun: 2 pm, 3 pm


Adults: NOK 120
Students: NOK 80
Children (under 18): free

Guided tours:
admission + NOK 50

More information and contact


Official Website

Link http://astrupfearnley/




Phone +47 22936060

Address 2 Strandpromenaden, 0252, Oslo

Coordinates 59°54'24.93" N 10°43'18.977" E

Tours and activities: Astrup Fearnley Museum

Visit Oslo Pass

from 48 USD

Oslo Self-Guided Walking Tour with Audio Guide

Instant confirmation
from 20 USD

Sygic Travel - A Travel Guide in Your Pocket

Download for free and plan your trips with ease
Enter your mobile phone number to receive a direct link to download the app:
Or just search for "Sygic Travel" in App Store or Google Play.
Sygic Travel Maps The world's first map app tailored for travelers
Use the app Not now