Once the Bergen Fish Market has passed, it is a pedestrian street. After a large street garden on the right side of the pedestrian street is the Den Nationale Scene National Theater, which can be seen two blocks away. This grand theater was built in 1850. Ibsen’s first contemporary realist play "Social Pillars" was premiered here. To commemorate this great playwright, a statue of him was also erected in the green space in front of the theater.
This is the downtown area, and it is not far to walk to many places: about 300 meters to the northeast is the fish market, about 300 meters to the southwest is St. John’s Church, and about 300 meters to the southeast is a beautiful lake near the railway station. There are many beauties enjoying the sun in front of the flowers and plants of the National Theater, and there are resting stools beside them. We have a rest here and see seagulls fighting for food with pigeons, which is very interesting.