The whole museum is quite interesting. You can see a lot of fun here. This craft museum is also a very important building. The way to visit the craft museum is also quite good.
[Scenery] The scenery here is beautiful
[Fun] Interesting place
The location of the art museum is next to the University of Oslo. It is rebuilt from an old building and surrounded by copper artworks. A lot of historically valuable crafts and artworks are displayed inside, which is a place worth visiting.
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There are many exhibits in the museum, and many handicrafts are of great artistic value.
The museum has a collection of domestic and foreign art from the 7th century to the present, including about 35,000 art treasures, Greek antique vases and East Asian art masterpieces, showing the historical changes in the European decorative art style. There is also a special Scandinavian design exhibition room in the museum. The biggest highlight is the 12th century Baldishol tapestries, the 16th and 17th century tapestries and Norwegian royal costumes.
This museum is very good, I think it should be the second or third place in the recommendation index of all the museums in Norway. My order of recommendation is: National Gallery, Viking Museum, Kunstindustrimuseet. Kunstindustrimuseet can be translated into a craft museum. There are many ancient and modern art exhibits in the museum, as well as many dishes, porcelain, bottles and jars from many dynasties in China. The collection is dazzling and easy to visual fatigue. There is also the development of European interior design styles, occupying a lot of exhibition rooms, such as baroque style, rococo style and the home decoration of these eras, which are your window to understand Europe, especially Nordic culture.
Preston_Dominguez: St. Olavs gate 1，0165 Oslo
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Det Kongelige Slott,Oslo City Hall,Akershus Fortress,Nobel Peace Center,The National Theatre