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The Ibsen Museum, Oslo

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Glimpse into the life of the founder of modern drama at The Ibsen Museum. Henrik Ibsen, one of the most performed playwrights in the world, lived here in the last 11 years of his life. Opened in 2006 on the 100th year anniversary of his death, the museum recreates the interior of the writer's final home with a mix of original furniture and replicas. Gain further insight through educational films. The museum on the ground floor contains artifacts and personal items, including Ibsen's hat collection. Upstairs, guided 30-minute tours of the apartment are offered in groups of 15. Lockers are available, and a small gift shop offers books for purchase. Put The Ibsen Museum and other Oslo attractions into our Oslo trip itinerary builder site, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Being a big theatre buff, I was looking forward to visiting the Ibsen Museum on my trip to Oslo. We took a taxi and pulled up to find a "Closed" sign. They are renovating it and it is not scheduled.....  more
    Being a big theatre buff, I was looking forward to visiting the Ibsen Museum on my trip to Oslo. We took a taxi and pulled up to find a "Closed" sign. They are renovating it and it is not scheduled.....  more »
  • I didn't know too lot about Ibsen, but this museum makes every effort to change this! Worth every second. 
    I didn't know too lot about Ibsen, but this museum makes every effort to change this! Worth every second.  more »
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  • Of Course, Ibsen is always great and every one can agree with that. - But in this new Ibsen Museum with a suitable large salon, the actors gets in near contact with the audience and creates an enchanting atmosphere. So What can be more right than to go and see the "Sancthansnatten" ? The monologues are like songs with witchcraft and the acting take you back with almost 200 years. The change of scenography is dynamic and made to look so easy, but behind it there is such a experience that leaves a question - how did they come up with that? And not to forget the costumes that are contemporary with the play's release in mid 19th century and You could say that they are Historical Accurate, with hand painted silks and fabric patterns. These costumes are colourful and made with such a know-how that the integration of total concept makes You to want to see the play all once again, because there is more to discover.
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