Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern art
In September 2012, Astrup Fearnley Museum relocated to a new home at Tjuvholmen designed by world-renowned architect Renzo Piano. Located in a park along the waterfront of Oslo, the museum features permanent as well as temporary exhibitions in addition to a museum shop and café. If you stay at one of our hotels in Oslo city centre you will be located just a five-minute walk from Tjuvholmen.
The National Museum
The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design holds, preserves and exhibits Norway’s most extensive national collections of art, architecture and design.
The museum's exhibition venues in Oslo are the National Gallery, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the National Museum of Architecture, and the Museum of Decorative Arts and Design – all of which are located within a short walking distance from our hotels in Oslo city centre, First Hotel Grims Grenka, and First Hotel Millennium.
The Kon-Tiki Museum
Thor Heyerdal gained worldwide fame when he crossed the Pacific Ocean on Kon-Tiki in 1947, a raft made out of balsa logs. By completing this mission he demonstrated that early man had mastered sailing before even the saddle and wheel were invented. Visit the Kon-Tiki museum on the island of Bygdøy in the Oslo Fjord and see Heyerdal’s famous rafts. You can also head into the caves of the Bygdøy Island and experience an underwater expedition.
The Munch Museum
The Munch Museum is an art museum dedicated to the life and work of the famous Norwegian artist Edvard Much . Enjoy some of the world-famous paintings by Edvard Munch such as "Madonna" and "The scream" in addition to 12,000 other paintings, 18,000 prints, 6 sculptures, and various other items.
Pushwagner, one of Norway’s leading contemporary artists, has gained wide international recognition in recent years. You can visit his gallery at Tjuvholmen in Oslo and experience some of his most famous works.