The museum is built right next to Ibsen’s former residence, and you can choose to visit together in the afternoon. This great Portuguese is very famous all over the world. The environment of the museum is very simple. It collects a lot of artworks and personal paintings. You can slowly and carefully just get off. [Scenery] The surrounding city is also good
The museum is very rich in the collection, there are many interesting items, and it is also the largest local people named museum, the personal introduction of pictures and information is very rich.
Ibsen, a Norwegian dramatist, is considered the founder of realism. The masterpiece "Doll House" has enough glass to see the view to open the door at 11 o'clock.
In a small museum in Oslo, it looks like a residential house, the display inside is a bit weird, and the colors of the lights are also wonderful.
With a GUIDE, we looked at Ibsen's house in the last 10 years of life in one room after another, and the GUIDE also detailed Ibsen's house in some of the circumstances, very interesting. Sometimes the great foreign characters seem to be more real and human, for the great achievement of a man in one respect does not mean that he is a perfect man and a god.
The Ibsen Museum is located on the south side of Honrik Ibsens gt. named after him, and to the north is the royal palace with a large area. From the outside, the museum is just an ordinary four-story building with red brick walls between the white frames. This is Norway’s greatest playwright, father of modern drama, and author of "Doll’s House", Ibsen ( Henrik Ibsen) where he lived when he completed the last two plays. He lived here with his wife from 1895 until his death in 1906.
Preston_Dominguez: Henrik Ibsensgate 26, Oslo
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Det Kongelige Slott,Oslo City Hall,Akershus Fortress,Nobel Peace Center,The National Theatre