The National Museum of Oslo: Display of Modern As Well As Traditional Artwork (2020)
The National Museum of Oslo is owned and managed by the State of Norway and the city of Oslo. The museum is also known as the Museum of Cultural History. The National Museum of Oslo was open for public view in July 2003. Museum has 40,000 exhibits. Most exhibits are a collection of paintings, sculptures, artwork, and architectural designs. The modern as well as traditional artworks are exhibited at the museum.
Tourists should check the opening hours and days. There are days and certain time when visitors are allowed free entry. The new museum is presently under construction and is likely to open somewhere in late 2021. The new modern structure of the National Museum of Oslo will be user friendly and the display will be better lighted.