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The Ibsen Museum

Address: Henrik Ibsens gate 26

The new Ibsen Museum consists of two major parts: A new comprehensive exhibit featuring the playwright Ibsen´s life and work, and Ibsen´s private home, the apartment in which he spent his last 11 years.

The home of Henrik Ibsen and his whife Suzannah, has been restored and was re-opened to the public the 23 May 2006, exactly 100 years after Ibsen's death. A visit to Ibsen's home takes us backstage and introduces us to his private life. The apartment has the original furniture as well as the original fixtures, décor and colours. The library, dining room and parlours are open to the public, accompanied by museum guides.

The study, where Ibsen wrote his two last plays, John Gabriel Borkman and When We dead Awake is still the "crown jewel" of the museum, but after the restoration of the floors, walls, ceilings and surfaces in the 320m2 grand apartment and deposition of the original furniture from the two other Ibsen Museums in Norway, the authenticity in the other rooms are now close to impeccable.

School classes and tourist groups can pre-book guided tours in Ibsens apartment. For questions and booking, please contact the Ibsen museum.

Guided tours:
16 September-14 May: 11 am, 12 pm, 1 pm, 2 pm, 3 pm (Thursdays: also 4 pm, 5 pm)
15 May-15 September: 11 am, 12 pm, 1 pm, 2 pm, 3 pm, 4 pm, 5 pm

The Museum is closed: 1-3 January, Good Friday, Easter Eve, Easter Sunday, Easter Monday, 1 May, 17 May, Whitsun, 24-31 December.

Free entrance with the Oslo Pass.    

Address: Henrik Ibsens gate 26
Postal address: 0253 Oslo

Web: www.ibsenmuseet.no

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