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Highlights in the Open Air Museum

dated to around 1200.

Rural life in the 18th century

With eight period interiors and three exhibitions

Everyday life in a working-class family in 1910.


About us

Norsk Folkemuseum is located at Bygdøy in Oslo and has an Open-Air Museum with 160 historic buildings. A main attraction is Gol Stave Church from around 1200. The museum focuses on the time period from 1500 until present time, and in-door exhibits feature Norwegian folk costumes, folk art, church art and Sami culture. Temporary exhibits, audience programs and activities for children all year.

Museum24:Portal - 2024.04.15
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