Over 28,000 works of art produced by Munch as well as his effects, private library & tools. MUNCH’s collection, left to the city of Oslo by the artist himself, consists of paintings, graphical prints and drawings. It is the largest collection of art by one single artist. Edvard Munch has a unique position among Nordic painters and is considered a pioneer in expressionism. In addition to Munch’s art, world class contemporary art is exhibited in the 13 floor building. By constantly changing the exhibitions, the museum make sure that one can always experience something new during a visit there, such as solo exhibitions honouring the winners of the Edvard Munch Art Award.
Artistic and cultural events are also figuring on MUNCH’s calendar. The monumental museum by the Oslo Fjord offers three place to have a bite of food or a drink: Munch Deli & Café, Bistro Tolvte and Kranen Bar. In the museum shop you will find gift items, products for children, literature about Munch and other unique products inspired by Munch’s art.
Booking of regular tickets
The number of people who can enter at a given time slot is limited, and to be sure of admission you must get your timed tickets in advance. If you do not prebook your ticket, the museum can not guarantee that you’ll be able to enter at the time you’d like. Buy your ticket on MUNCH’s website
Booking of tickets to MUNCH with Oslo Pass
There is currently no option for holders of the Oslo Pass to pre-order free tickets to MUNCH. However, in each available time slot, tickets are reserved for visitors with the Oslo Pass. These tickets are available on site. If there are no more Oslo Pass tickets available for the ongoing time slot when you arrive, you’ll have to wait until the next timeslot with available Oslo Pass tickets. The wait will typically be 15-30 minutes.