Come along on a journey into the history of life, and see where we all belong on the tree of life.
Free guided tours in July and August
At The Natural History Museum you can see the fossil "Ida" - the world's oldest complete primate skeleton.
Plan your visit
Zoological and geological exhibitions
All days (in June, July and August) : 11–16
All days: 10–20
Botanical Garden (free entrance)
All days: 07–21
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.
The Natural History Museum is Norway’s most comprehensive natural history collection. A selection of specimens are on display for the general public.
The Natural History Museum is 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.