“Ibsen was Norwegian by birth…”

 “…but universal in spirit.” – Liv Ullman

Ibsen Museum. One of the most distinguished playwrights and poets in the world, Henrik Ibsen’s significance cannot be overstated; the special place he holds in the hearts of Norwegians, permanent and special.  Part of your trip to Oslo should include a visit to his namesake museum, located close to the Royal Palace at Henrik Ibsens Gate 26.  It was the last home Ibsen occupied and the building has been extensively restored to recreate his home as authentically as possible.

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