It was in 1889 that Edvard Munch (1863-1944) spent the first of many summers in Åsgårdstrand. In 1898 he bought a house built at the end of the 18th century. The house is now a small museum, open to the public where everything has been retained as it was when the artist lived there.
The original studio building has been pulled down, but another building has been erected on the same site.
Edvard Munch painted many of his masterpieces in Åsgårdstrand, such as The Bridge, Four girls in Åsgårdstrand and The Dance of Life. These are now on view in major international art galleries.
The town hall in Åsgårdsstrand
In Rådhuskvartalet you will find Digital Munchformidling and Museumsbutikk. Here you can experience the history of Edvard Munch and Åsgårdstrand in an innovative digital edition, meet the Åsgårdstrand history team in a newly renovated venerable city council hall and have a look in the museum shop. Read more on the website.
Groups / private tour by appointment
During the museum's regular opening hours:
Kr. 70 for entrance ticket per. person and kr. 1.000 per group. (Maximum 22 people per group)
Outside the museum's regular opening hours:
Kr. 70 for entrance ticket per. person and kr. 1.500 per group. (Maximum 22 people per group)
The price includes a tour of the house and studio, and a walk through Åsgårdstrand.
Get in touch for facilitation / special needs. Guided tours can take place in Norwegian / English / German, must be informed in advance.
Orders and any questions can be asked to Solfrid Sakkariassen, phone: + 47 48 22 92 98, mail: email@example.com
Travel guide on your own
The Munch Museum, together with Munch's house in Åsgårdstrand, has published a travel guide to all of Munch's places. The book provides information on viewpoints and experiences, so you can follow in his footsteps.
|Children Barn 7-17 år||70.00 Tickets|
|Groups min. 10 pers. og fra kr. 1000,00 per gruppe||70.00 Tickets|
|Family ticket 2 adults with children||270.00 Tickets|
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