Norsk Folkemuseum has comprehensive indoor exhibits on Norwegian Folk Art, Norwegian Folk Dress, Norwegian Church Art, Sami Culture, Old Toys and temporary exhibits.
The museum also has an Open-Air Museum with the Collections of King Oscar II, including the Stave Church from Gol, farm houses from various rural districts in Norway and the Old Town with the Apartment Building - Wessels gate 15.
We feature daily life and living conditions in Norway from the 16th century to the present.
The Collections of King Oscar IIThe Stave ChurchThe CountrysideThe Old TownThe Apartment Building
A Journey Through Rooms of the Past Norwegian Folk DressNorwegian Folk ArtNorwegian Church ArtSámi CultureToys
Domestic Technology Living in the CityPainter and Decorater
The Pharmacy MuseumThe Dentist's OfficesThe BankThe Tap Room
Open Every day: 10-18
In The Old Town you can visit the small tobacco shop from 1958.
Changes in women's life in Norway the last 200 years, focusing on democratic rights, gender equality and the opportunities of everyday life.
Upper class life in the 1700 and 1800s
100 years of documentation photography, through four female museum photographers.
Norsk Folkemuseum (The Norwegian Museum of Cultural History)Museumsv.10, Oslo, +47 22 12 37 00PO Box 720 Skøyen, 0214 Oslo, Norway
Every day: 10-18
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