The National Gallery temporarily closed
The National Gallery closed temporarily in January of 2019, to facilitate the move to the new National Museum opening in 2020.
National Museum – Architecture
8 February 2019–1 September 2019
The new National Museum
The new National Museum will become the largest art museum in the Nordic region and a venue for entirely new encounters with art.
The New National Museum
The Norwegian government is building a new “all-arts” museum in Oslo. The new National Museum will become an important and dynamic arena for the general public to meet the visual arts.
The National Museum – Architecture
The National Museum – Architecture opened in 2008.
Mellomstasjonen – en route to the new National Museum
Welcome to Mellomstasjonen, the information centre for the new National Museum!
The National Gallery
The National Gallery closed temporarily in January of 2019, to facilitate the move to the new National Museum opening in 2020. It will remain a part of the National Museum and continue to exhibit art in the future.
Villa Stenersen was designed from 1937 to 1939 by the architect Arne Korsmo (1900–1968) for the financier and art collector Rolf E. Stenersen (1899–1978).
The National Museum offers art experiences for all of Norway through extensive touring.
The Museum of Contemporary Art
The Museum of Contemporary Art closed 3 September 2017. The contemporary art collection has started its transition towards the new National Museum.
The Museum of Decorative Arts and Design
The museum closed 16 October 2016.