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KODE Art Museums of Bergen

Rasmus Meyers alle 9 | Rasmus Meyers allé 3, Bergen 5015, Norway
+47 53 00 97 04
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Norwegian Art

An impressive display of art from Norwegian artists displayed in the Kode. If you need a break from... read more

Reviewed yesterday
seetheworld010
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minneapolis
Visit to Kode 3 & 4

We visited both Kode 3 and 4 in an afternoon and thoroughly enjoyed the visit. There was some... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Vicki M
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Port Douglas, Australia
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KODE is one of Scandinavia's largest museums for art and music. It has a unique combination of art museums and composers' homes, of visual art, historical objects, concerts and parklands. KODE stewards almost 50,000 objects that can be experienced in four museum buildings in Bergen city centre, KODE 1-4, and in the homes of the composers Ole Bull, Harald Saeverud and Edvard Grieg. Welcome to KODE!
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Rasmus Meyers alle 9 | Rasmus Meyers allé 3, Bergen 5015, Norway
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Reviewed yesterday

An impressive display of art from Norwegian artists displayed in the Kode. If you need a break from the rain, stop in and enjoy the time there.

Thank seetheworld010
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We visited both Kode 3 and 4 in an afternoon and thoroughly enjoyed the visit. There was some wonderful Norwegian art housed in the art museum including Munch, Dahl and Astrup. There are also several Picasso's in the collection. Unfortunately the English tour was booked...More

Thank Vicki M
Reviewed 5 days ago

The collection of Norwegian art is interesting and I would wholeheartedly recommend the guided tour in English of the Munch paintings - our guide was very knowledgable and enthusiastic.

Thank Jontylad_44
Reviewed 6 days ago

Although there are lots of buildings, the art collection is not on par with other European art museums. The only area I enjoyed was the Munch paintings. The rooms are all very pleasant and painted in nice colors. There are lovely shops and cafes in...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

The four KODE Art Museums of Bergen are all conveniently located next to each other alongside Byparken, the Central Park of Bergen; they host special exhibitions, some of which can be very interesting, such as the one I saw of the art of Edvard Munch,...More

Thank savvyworldtraveler
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Went for the Munch exhibit ( intimate and moving) . Get there EARLY if wanting the short free tour, as it books up, and there's no 'shadowing' allowed. The big surprise was the brilliant modern art museum (&quirky avant garde section) next door. Ticket is...More

Thank kawh
Reviewed 1 week ago

We didn't know much about Nikolai Astrup before entering the museum. We knew a little more about Edvard Munch, but this was also limited. Given our limited knowledge, we decided to book in for the tours of each exhibit. The Astrup tour was amazingly informative...More

Thank SansSeraph
Reviewed 1 week ago

We went to KODE specifically to see the Edvard Munch exhibit. It was very well done, and I liked the way it explained his history and how that played into his development as an artist. The exhibit allows the viewer to see into how his...More

Thank Amy K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

On a rainy day we went to the Kode Art Museum to see the Munch Exhibit - the museum was very nice and focused on Norwegian artists. It took about 2 hours to go through. We took the free guided tour of the Munch exhibit...More

Thank wtacker
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The museums have nice and interesting collections, I really liked the Munch collection. It's also not too expensive, especially for a country like Norway. You pay 100 krone for all the museums.

Thank yisman
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