Ibsen Museum

On the south side of the Palace Park, right on the point where the vertical line from the palace meets Henrik Ibsen’s gate lies the last residence of the most famous Norwegian that ever lived. Henrik Ibsen’s last home, where he and his wife lived from 1895 until his death in 1906 has been now turned into an honorary museum that gives the visitor a detailed insight into the writer’s life and works.

Ibsen Museum takes you through the famous playwright’s fully restored home, where all the authentic interiors including his furniture and personal belongings, his study, library, bedroom, and dining room will give you a full glimpse of his private sphere and his life in later years when he wrote his last two plays. Even if you are not acquainted with his works it would only be a bonus if your interest in the founder of modern drama along with William Shakespeare and the most performed playwright in the world would be ignited by this visit.

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