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  • Oslo Opera House, © Photo: Erik Berg

  • Oslo Opera House, © Photo: Erik Berg

  • Oslo Opera House, © Photo: Erik Berg

  • Oslo Opera House, © Photo: Erik Berg

  • Oslo Opera House, © Photo: Erik Berg

Oslo Opera House

Oslo, Norway

Home of the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet, Oslo Opera House opened its doors in 2008. The spectacular monument in marble, oak, and aluminum was designed by the architectural firm Snøhetta. Rising from the banks of Oslo Fjord, the slanted roof of the Oslo Opera House creates a public space on the waterfront, while sheltering one of Europe's finest examples of contemporary concert hall architecture.

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Address

Oslo Opera House
Kirsten Flagstads Plass 1
0150 Oslo
Norway
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Transport

Walking from Oslo Central Station
A clearly marked walkway to the Oslo Opera House passes Christian Frederiks Plass (on the ocean side of the Østbanehallen shopping center) and the Tollbodene buildings, and crosses Langkaigata.

Train
Via NSB to Oslo Central Station.

Tram or Bus
To Jernbarnetorget/Oslo Central Station.
From there, follow the walkway and signs on the ocean side of the Østbanehallen shopping center.

Car
Car parks: Oslo Central Station, Sørenga and Byporten, or public parking in the center of Oslo.
Disabled parking available to the north of the Opera House, along the sidewalk by Operagaten.

Seating Information

Main House, 1300 Seats

Second House, 400 Seats

Studio, 200 Seats