Museum Of Decorative Arts & Design

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  • Ticket Price: Free

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  • 0.72% of people who visit Oslo include Museum Of Decorative Arts & Design in their plan

  • 38.46% of people start their Museum Of Decorative Arts & Design visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Museum Of Decorative Arts & Design

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  • Amazing collection it fills 4 floors, and remember that with only one entrance of $50 nok, you can get into 4 museums, including the National Museum, that holds Munch's "scream". (July 2015, better ask)

  • I went here following the instructions from the national gallery, but I didn't enjoy the same. It's more concentrated about design and if you are not an passionate, it less interesting, in particular the temporary part.

  • Good pieces of great names but again nothing special.

  • Large overall boring exposition. Interesting design section.

  • Cool looking stuff of various kinds

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