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Nasjonalmuseet – Arkitektur, Oslo

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#26 of 39 in Museums in Oslo
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  • Currently there are three exhibitions: Norwegian architects; Norwegian Glass Houses; Brazilian Glass Architecture. Nicely done, especially the main Norwegian exhibit which has models, sketches, plans,...  more »
  • Worth seeing both for the building and for the exhibitions. The Museum of architecture in Oslo is located in an elegant neoclassical building near the harbour designed by Christian Heinrich Grosch and...  more »
  • Very small, but interesting Exhibition about a few of the most influental Norwegian architects in the 1950-60ies, like Jan Hovig and Geir Grung. Very interesting to see how trendy and modern houses th...  more »
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  • I thought looked pretty weird to have 10 security guards look after posters that could just be reprinted for 500 kroner at any point. Some of the exhibition rooms has some historical artifacts, but most of it is just stuff that could have been printouts from wikipedia.
  • The coffee shop is really nice and appealing. The museum itself is not something I recommend if you are not an architect.
  • Very small museum. Liked lityle vault in the basement, and temporary comics in architecture.
  • The museum felt barren and somewhat boring. I guess you could only appreciate it if you really are an architecture scholar.
  • Filled with history. Family friendly.