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Popsenteret, Oslo

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4/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
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  • Very hard to find, I walked around for half an hour asking so many young people, no one knew him ... a little different from the usual Museum that plays on the fact of making you feel protagonist but besides that not much. More a Hard Rock Café than a Museum, the shop then says very little. In other words, if you're in the area, if you have the Oslo Pass, ok, otherwise you can skip if you are not keen on gender-specific. For those who love pop music is very enjoyable
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  • Pop the Center is a discovery for those who are fond of Norwegian pop. Not only told the story of Norwegian pop with pictures, movies and exhibits, it is also possible to sing even in a studio, create and mix audio tracks and create "CD cover" with the own image taken in the photo studio, where there also are lots of costumes that can be borrowed. The teens we had with was super happy, and be able to fine been there for many hours. Nice staff who gladly helped if one wanted it. The family ticket to 250kr for 2 adults and 3 children were also reasonable. We will be happy to again!
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  • This is a real gem of a museum. It's a bit off-the-beaten-track, but definitely worth seeking out for a fun couple of hours. I had a really enjoyable visit. The interactive displays are very cleverly ...  read more »
  • If you are into Norwegian popular music, this museum/activity center is the place to visit in Oslo (although Rockheim in Trondheim is arguably better). Centrally located in the popular Grünerløkka district, Popsenteret takes you on a tour a century of pop music with exhibitions of instruments, posters and of course music and video clips. There are activity rooms where kids for can mix their own track and create CD covers, for instance, and on weekends there are familiy-oriented activities such as "build your own instrument".
  • Very good musuem with music history and the possibilty to record a song if you are up for the challange
  • Awesome museum!
  • Norwegian pop music from the 1930 's and to this day. Many creative concoctions in the exhibition. Friendly and helpful staff.
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  • Fun place for a mimrerunde.
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