Art Museum in Oslo

Munch Museum

Visit Oslo's Munch Museum, with the largest collection of Edvard Munch's work including 'The Scream.'

In the heart of Oslo, the Munch Museum stands as a tribute to Norway's well-known artist, Edvard Munch. The museum contains the largest collection of his works in the world, including the famous 'The Scream.'

The museum's design complements the art inside, acting as a background to Munch's works. The galleries hold over half of his paintings and thousands of prints, drawing visitors into his work's vivid intensity.

Beyond 'The Scream,' the museum features lesser-known pieces and personal items that put Munch's art into context. Interactive exhibits and educational programs reveal the stories behind his canvases, while temporary exhibitions look at his impact on modern art.

The museum is active, with events, film screenings, and workshops that deal with themes in Munch's work, like mental health. It includes a gift shop for fans to buy prints and books.

The Munch Museum tells a story of Norway's artistic heritage. Located at Edvard Munchs plass 1, it is easy to get to and open all year. Opening hours vary, and ticket prices are 120 NOK (approximately 14 USD) for adults, with discounts for students, seniors, and children.

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