The Ibsen house, as it may currently be seen, was established in 1990 after a Norwegian actor purchased the author's apartment. He decided to open it to the public and, thanks to the Ibsen family, was able to put the furniture back in place. You may be seized by the strange feeling of being in the shadow of the famous writer, as the place has been restored with rigorous respect for authenticity.
It is a wonderful opportunity to delve into the masterly world of the Norwegian author. Born in 1828, he came to prominence through plays like A Doll's House and Hedda Gabler, two oppressive and distinct dramas.
Even today, his plays are regularly performed in packed theatres around the world. After your visit, you will also be able to follow in the footsteps of the playwright during a walk in the city, which will take you on the actual Henrik Ibsen Street, right through to the Grand Café, where the author liked to drink schnapps. The visit takes you on a charming journey back in time and is ideal for literature lovers.
Ibsenmuseet (Ibsen Museum)
Henrik Ibsens Gate 26
+47 221 23 550
Grand Café Oslo
Karl Johans gate 31
+47 981 82 000