The Ibsen Museum's main attraction is Henrik Ibsen's home in Oslo. Here he lived the last 11 years of his life and wrote his last two plays. The apartment is now restored to its original splendour with authentic interior and Ibsen's furniture. The museum's visitor center features an exhibit on Ibsen's life and writing.

The Ibsen Museum is located in Henrik Ibsen's gate 26 in Oslo, next to the Royal Castle. It is run by Norsk Folkemuseum.

Contact us at

The Ibsen Museum
Norsk Folkemuseum
Tel: (+47) 400 23 630

P.o. box 720 Skøyen
N-0214 Oslo

Visit us at

Henrik Ibsensgate 26, Oslo 

Take bus or tram to Slottsparken, or enjoy a 5 min. walk from the National Theatre. 

Walking with Ibsen

In the heart of Oslo, a theatrical adventure is taking place!

We have invited artists, actors and directors to take a swing at Norway´s national treasure, playwright Henrik Ibsen (1828 – 1906).

"Walking with Ibsen" is a wandering theatre that starts from the Grand hotel, continues up Karl Johan`s street past the National Theatre and the Royal Palace and ends at the Ibsen Museum. The performance taps into major topics from Ibsen`s plays and offers a unique insight into his writing. Included are excerpts from Ibsen`s famous plays: A Dollhouse, An Enemy of the People, Brand and Peer Gynt.

Performed in English.
Free admission.
Duration 1 hour.

Premier August 14, 16:00, at Grand Hotel.