Hours and fees

Welcome to Norsk Folkemuseum!

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Opening Hours

May 1st - September 30th:Daily from 10.00 - 17.00

October 1st - April 30th: Daily from 11.00 - 16.00

Closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, January 1st and May 17th.

Admission Fees 2022

Summer season

  • Adult: NOK 180
  • Seniors: NOK 140
  • Young adults 18 - 25: NOK 100 
  • Children 0 - 17: Free

Summer season prices apply from May 1st - September 30th.

Winter season

  • Adults: NOK 140
  • Seniors: NOK 120
  • Young adults 18 - 25 yrs: NOK 80
  • Children 0 - 17 years old: Free

Winter season prices apply from October 1st - April 30th. 

Except:

  • Saturdays and Sundays - see high season prices above
  • All days in the following periods: The Winter Holidays (February 19th - 27th), the Easter Holidays (April 9th - 18th), the Autumn Holidays (October 3rd - 9th) and the week between Christmas and New Year (December 26th - 31st)

  • Oslo Pass: Scan your Oslo Pass in the Visitor's Center to get your ticket.
  • OBOS members:OBOS members get a 25 % reduction (adult fee only).

Program Norsk Folkemuseum

How to get to us

Address: Museumsveien 10, 0287 Oslo. We are located at the Bygdøy peninsula, approximately 4 km from central Oslo. 

Bus: Take bus "30 Bygdøy" from central Oslo. Handy stops in town include Central Station or National Theatre. The bus stops right outside the museum and our stop is called "Folkemuseet". The route runs approx every 10 minutes and the ride takes about 10 - 15 minutes. (Check schedules and where to buy tickets at ruter.no)

Ferry:Ferry #9 from Rådhusbrygge 3 by the City Hall or ferry #8 from MUNCH to Dronningen, Bygdøy. From there a 10 minute walk through one of Norways most prosperous and scenic areas.

Car/bike/walk: Follow highway E18 West (bike and walking lane alongside the pretty Marina), turn off at Bygdøy. Follow signs to Norsk Folkemuseum.

Parking: Large public parking area just outside the main entrance. For a fee, all days 08:00 - 20:00.

Information for your visit

Where to eat?

  • Kafé Arkadia is situated by the main entrance and can be accessed with or without an entrance ticket. You can buy open top sanwiches, cakes, wraps, hot and cold beverages and some hot food. 
  • During high season you can visit theWaffle House with an extensive and popular waffle menu.  Located at the Festival grounds kids can also try their hands at various tasks here; carrying water buckets through an obstacle course or building a tower with logs, for example. 
  • Torgkafeen is located in the middle of the museum between the countryside area and the Old Town. Have a relaxing break here with a cold drink, an ice cream or a Norwegain hot dog wrapped in "lompe" - a flat potato bread much loved locally.
  • The picturesque Open Air Museum is ideal for an outdoor picnicor just a sit and a rest. You are welcome to bring your own food. Picnic tables are available at the Festival Grounds.

Dogs

Dogs are welcome to the museum - outdoors, as long as they are kept on a lead. They are not allowed in buildings and exhibitions.  

Toilets

Toilet fascilities are at the Visitor Centre, in the Main Square and at the Festival Grounds.

Smoking

Smoking is allowed in the Main Square only. Due to fire risk and our unique collection of wooden buildings, smoking is prohibited in the rest of the museum.

Disabled Access

Most of the Open Air Museum have relatively level and broad gravel paths providing easy access. However, many of the old buildings are difficult to access due to steps and thresholds. There is a steep hill up to the Stavechurch, which is not really wheelchair friendly.

The Visitor Center, the majority of the Open Air Museum area, the cafés, the Main Exhibitions and the Trøndelag Farmstead have wheelchair access.
Toilet fascilities for all at the Visitor Centre, the Main Square and at the Festival Grounds

Map of the Open Air Museum

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