The spectacular new museum on Oslo’s waterfront opens later this year.
The Munch Museum – designed by the Spanish architecture firm Estudio Herreros – provides strong, engaging, and modern art experiences. In the new museum building, you can visit 11 exhibition areas spanning over seven floors and explore many of the 28 000 works by Edvard Munch from the museum's collection.
Munch's art will be displayed in three permanent exhibitions, with temporary exhibitions showing works by other renowned Norwegian as well as international artists and other innovative contemporary artists.
The vibrant setting, with striking views over the Oslo fjord, will be spread generously over thirteen floors and offer a wide-ranging program of cultural events and experiences for visitors of all ages.
The museum also houses art workshops where you can experiment with different techniques and materials, and other fun activities where children and adults can create inspiring art experiences together.
A total of eight Schindler elevators and 16 escalators will help move visitors through the exhibition and workshop spaces within the 58 meters tall building. Our installations are designed to fit perfectly into the architecture of the museum and complement the scenery for the unique art exhibitions.