5 Art Centres in Norway that you should visit - With photos & details

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5 Art Centres to explore in Norway

The country has the fourth-highest per capita income in the world. It has the world's largest sovereign wealth fund, with a value of US$1 trillion. Norway has had the highest Human Development Index ranking in the world since 2009, a position also held previously between 2001 and 2006.

Henie Onstad Art CenterSonja Henies vei 31, 1311 Høvikodden, Norway

The art center was founded in 1968 by World and Olympic champion figure skater Sonja Henie and her husband. The art center is visited by around 100,000 people each year.

Oslo Opera HouseKirsten Flagstads Plass 1, 0150 Oslo, Norway

Home of the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet, and the national opera theatre in Norway. The angled exterior surfaces of the building are covered with marble from Carrara, Italy and white granite and make it appear to rise from the water.

Ringnes Park Museum, EKEBERGRingnes Park Museum, EKEBERG, Kongsveien 23, 0193 Oslo, Norway

A park with amazing views of Oslo and thought-provoking sculptures.

Stiklestad Nasjonale KultursenterLeksdalsvegen 1, 7650 Verdal, Norway

tiklestad National Cultural Center, abbreviated SNK, is a museum at Stiklestad in Verdal in Nord-Trøndelag. It is a national hub institution with special responsibility for disseminating knowledge about Olav the Holy, the Battle of Stiklestad, and the part of Norwegian history that is linked to the events at the site.

Trondheim KunstmuseumBispegata 7b, 7013 Trondheim, Norway

Trondheim Art Museum shows both exhibitions from our extensive collection of Norwegian and international art and contemporary art exhibitions. We have two viewing locations: TKM Bispegata and TKM Gråmølna. TKM Bispegata is the museum's main arena and is located by Nidaros Cathedral. In TKM Gråmølna in Trenerys gate by Nedre Elvehavn, you will find works from Kunstgaven Håkon Bleken and other exhibitions.