The National Gallery

Nasjonalgalleriet

Founded in 1837, the National Gallery houses Norway's largest public collection of paintings, drawings and sculptures.

In its permanent and temporary exhibitions, the museum presents older art, with principal emphasis on art from Norway.

Highlights from the collection are shown in the permanent exhibition "
The Dance of Life – The Collection from Antiquity to 1950".

Also on display are works by international painters and sculptors, such as the French impressionsists.

Central attractions include Edvard Munch's 
The Scream and Madonna and paintings by Cézanne and Manet.

Sundays: Free entrance for all

The ticket gives access for one day to all our museum buildings in Oslo (the National Gallery, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the National Museum - Architecture, the Museum of Decorative Arts and Design).

Other venues



Exhibitions and events

The Dance of Life – The Collection from Antiquity to 1950

Permanent exhibition

With more than 4,000 paintings, 1,000 sculptures and nearly 50,000 works on paper, the National Gallery’s art collection is the most comprehensive and wide-ranging in Norway, and one of the...

Draktgalleriene

Permanent exhibition

I tre gallerier vises utstillinger som presenterer viktige sider av museets omfattende samling av motedrakter. I tre gallerier vises utstillinger som presenterer viktige sider av museets omfattende...


Educational programs

We don't have anything to show you here.


Collections

We don't have anything to show you here.


Latest news


Suggested Content