The museum is open every day from 11:00 pm - 4.00 pm
Adults NOK 160
Children 6-17 yrs NOK 40
Children under 6 years FREE
Family (2 adults with children 6-17 yrs) NOK 320
Young adults 18-25 yrs and students NOK 100
Retired as of 67 yrs and groups over 15 persons NOK 120
OsloPass: Scan in the Visitor Center to obtain a free entry ticket
Low season midweek concession: Monday-Friday between October and April, the prices are: Adults: NOK 120, Young adults and students 18-25 yrs: NOK 80, Reduced fee: NOK 95
The Museum has the address Museumsveien 10 at the peninsula Bygdøy, ca. 5 km from downtown Oslo.
Bus: 30 Bygdøy from downtown Oslo to stop Folkemuseet. (Check schedules and where to buy tickets at ruter.no)
Ferry: From April to September a ferry runs from Rådhusbrygge 3 by the City Hall to Dronning, Bygdøy. From there a 10 min. walk.
Car/bike/walk: From highway E18 or from street Bygdøy Allé, turn off to Bygdøy. Follow signs to Norsk Folkemuseum.
Parking: Public parking outside the main entrance for a fee, all days 08:00 - 20:00.
Eat at the café or bring your own lunch?
Kafé Arkadia is located by the main entrance.
The picturesque Open Air Museum is ideal for an outdoor lunch. You are welcome to bring your own food. Picnic tables are available on the Festival Grounds.
Dogs are welcome to the museum grounds and Open Air Museum - outdoors, as long as they are kept on a leash. They are not allowed in buildings and exhibitions.
Smoking is allowed in the Main Square only. Due to fire risk, smoking is prohibited in the rest of the museum.
It is safe to visit Norsk Folkemuseum. You will find that there is plenty of room in our spacious Open Air Museum, and a lot of our activities is situated outdoors.
There are several spots with antibac for our visitors, and in our open houses the museum hosts will make sure the current rules for social distancing are being complied.
Most areas of the Open-Air Museum have relatively level and broad gravel paths providing easy access. However, some areas have steeper trails, and most buildings are difficult to access.
The Visitor Center, the cafés, the toiletes, the Main Exhibit Building and the Trøndelag Farmstead have wheelchair access.