Astrup Fearnley Museum behind a building - From Stranden Street, Norway
The Astrup Fearnley Museum sits behind the striking white building at the edge of the Oslo Harbour. It is one of Norway’s premier modern art museums, containing diverse and intriguing work from both international and local artists. Notable exhibitions include video art installations, graffiti/street art, and interactive 3D sculptures. A visit to the museum can be educational and thought provoking, with something for all tastes and ages, and not just for art aficionados. The museum is open daily and provides several guided tours to ensure visitors get the most out of their experience. Entrance fee is only around 8 euros, making it an affordable way to explore the museum. The museum also offers a members program and hosts regular events, giving local and international visitors plenty to explore.