|Seniors (67), students, groups of more than 10 persons||NOK 60|
|Children under 18 years of age||Free|
|Monday||10 – 16|
|Tuesday||10 – 16|
|Wednesday||10 – 16|
|Thursday||10 – 21|
|Friday||10 – 16|
|Saturday||10 – 16|
|Sunday||10 – 16|
Ordinary opening hours:
Every day: 10 am–4 pm
Last* Thursday of each month 10 am–21 pm
(except 26.1, 27.4, 29.6)
6. May - 8. October: 10am–17pm
25.–27. January, 1, 3–5, and 17. May, 25.–27. October, 23.–26, 31. December
1. September–31. May: 9–15, 1. June–31. Augst: 9–14 Open Tuesday to Friday. The library is closed in July.
Tøyengata 53 0578 Oslo, Norway
All eastbound subways from downtown to Tøyen
No. 20 to "Munchmuseet"
Parking at the museum.
Stand for Oslo City Bike at Tøyensenteret
The museum is accessible to disabled visitors
Welcome to excellent coffee and light lunch meals at our coffee shop in the museum.
A varied and inspiring selection of products.
We offer a range of guided tours for our visitors.
The Munch Museum offers audio guides for a number of its temporary exhibitions.
The Munch Museum offers a number of events in addition to our regular activities.
Remember to stop by the film screening room before you visit the exhibition!
BabyScream is a programme for those of you who are at home with a baby and looking to fill your day with ...
Bring along the children to the Munch Museum!
Picture Hunting is a game for every child who visits our exhibitions.
Experience Edvard Munch for a year! For those who are interested in art and culture.
Learn more about the museums exhibitions and activities in 2016.
Learn more about Munch! An overview on the latest publications on Edvard Munch's life and work.