Visit us


Norsk Folkemuseum is located at Bygdøy, 5 km from downtown Oslo.
Visiting address: Museumsveien 10, Bygdøy, Oslo.

Introduction pamphlet as pdf

How to get here

By buss: Buss 30 Bygdøy from downtown Oslo to Folkemuseet. Check Ruter for hours and route.
By ferry: April – September: Ferry no. 91 from Rådhuskaia to Dronningen. Walking distance 10 min. to Norsk Folkemuseum.
By car / on foot: From highway E 18 or from the street Bygdøy Allé, follow signs to Norsk Folkemuseum.
Parking: Public parking in front of the main entrance. Fee every day all year, 08.00 – 18.00.

Summer 2022


Every day 10-18

Entrance Fees:

Adults: NOK 125
Reduced*: NOK 90
Children**: NOK 40 (Children under 6 years free)
Families***: NOK 250

** Groups over 15 pax, retired people and students.
** Children on organized school visit NOK 25. 
*** Grandparents/parents with children.

Disabled access:

Out-doors: Gulsvikstua in the Open-Air Museum. Most parts of the Open-Air Museum has wide gravel trails.
In-doors: Visitor Center, cafeteria and toilettes. The Main Exhibit Building, including toilettes. The Toy Exhibit and Sami Culture.

Eat at the cafeteria or bring a lunch?

Kafé Arkadia is located by the main entrance. Open every day.
Torgkafeen is located in the Open-Air Museum. Open every day in summer season and for special events during the year.

The picturesque Open-Air Museum is ideal for an out-door lunch. You are welcome to bring your own food. The Festival Ground has picnic tables.

General information about Oslo



Enjoy activities in the Open-Air Museum


See the exhibits

Friluftsmuseet has 155 historic buildings from various districts of Norway.