Oslo is the capital of Edvard Munch's creativity and life. For those who want to learn more about the famous Norwegian artist, I invite you to stroll along the non-touristy streets, hear interesting stories from the master's biography and visit iconic addresses. Individual excursion for 1-10 people Duration 4 hours Children Possible with children How it goes On foot € 280 per excursion Price for 1-10 people, regardless of the number of participants
What awaits you
Munch's room We will meet at Town halls in the center of the capital. It is not only a convenient landmark, but also a symbol of the Norwegian national culture. Going up to the second floor to the "Munch's room", you will examine his painting "Life", appreciate the luxurious interior and learn the history of the painting and the creation of the design project for the hall
Selfies, women and war Next, we are waiting for the addresses where Munch lived, worked, dined, walked and held his exhibitions. From the center we will head to the locally popular Grunerlokka, where Memorial cemetery … At the grave of E. Munch, I will tell you why he could live longer and what role the war played in his fate. We will talk about Munch's uneasy relationship with relatives, women and addictions, about his love for selfies and his own paintings. You will see the favorite object of the young artist's early works - the old Gamle Aker Churchtowering nearby, as well as approach the house on the floor of which he began to create his first works
The most famous sunset We will walk along the Akerselva river and stop by Tim Wendelboe cafe, where they make one of the most delicious coffee in the city. And besides, we will meet gourmet market Mathallenwhere you can wander in search of exotic delicacies. At the end of the excursion, we will climb Ekeberg mountain panoramic platformoffering the best views of the city. It was here that Munch saw a fiery sunset that inspired him to create the legendary painting The Scream. You will have the opportunity to relax in the cafe or on the restaurant terrace and admire the scenery of the Oslofjord
Next to the Botanical Garden is the current Munch Museum (which will close in 2020). In 2019/2020, the museum will host three exhibitions:
- February 9 - April 24, 2019 - The Swan Princess
- May 11 - September 8, 2019 - EXIT!
- September 28, 2019 - May 31, 2020 - Everything we own
A visit to the museum is included in the program if one of the exhibitions takes place on the day of the tour.
- Additional expenses: from the center to the Ekeberg observation deck we can take a tram - 36 CZK one way. Entrance ticket to the Munch Museum - 120 CZK / adult, children under 19 years old - free. Also, the price of the tour does not include food and drinks. The average bill in a cafe is from 100-150 kroons.
- The Town Hall is not always open, if it is important for you to get to the "Munch Room", check with the guide in personal correspondence.
The beginning of the excursion is at the City Hall - Town Hall. You will know the exact meeting point immediately after booking.