The Botanical Garden, Museum Store, green houses and the exhibition at Tøyen hovedgård will be open as usual.
Seeds from trees that survived the nuclear bomb in 1945 will be donated to the museum
At The Natural History Museum you can see the fossil "Ida" - the world's oldest complete primate skeleton.
Exhibition on an exceptional series of botanical wall charts.
Apply by October 1st.
Free guided tours of the Botanical Garden are organized every Sunday in July.
The lotus is now blooming. Experience the spectacular flower in the Victoria house.
Zoological and geological exhibitions
Temporarily closed until December 27th.
All days: 10–16
Botanical Garden (free entrance)
All days: 07–17
The Botanical Garden and the museums within it are among Oslo's most popular attractions, with tourists and local visitors alike. The garden is especially beautiful in spring and summer, but you can learn and marvel all year round at NHM.
Nature's diversity is the object of the research at NHM. From Norway's largest natural history collections, we aim for a deeper understanding of how long time evolutionary and geological processes have shaped our world. Our National Centre of Biosystematics is internationally renowned. The Arctic is a main area of interest.
About the collections
NHM is Norway’s most comprehensive natural history collection. A selection of specimens are on display for the general public, in the Geological Museum and the Zoological Museum.
Both are to be found in the beautiful Botanical Garden. Located at Tøyen in the east of Oslo city centre, the garden is not only popular for recreation, but a scientific collection in itself.