The Ibsen museum

The Ibsen Museum in Grimstad is the country's oldest of its kind, and opened as early as 1916 – ten years after Ibsen passed away.

It is located in Ibsenhuset where Henrik Ibsen worked as an apothecary's assistant, and where he wrote his very first play Catilina.

A warm welcome to all our visitors!

Opening hours:

5 June, 12 June, and 28 August: Sundays, 11–16

19 June – 21 August (summer holidays): Daily, 11–16

Open to groups, schools, and pre-schools from 15 June to the end of the year (on request).

Would you like to visit outside opening hours? Please contact Grimstad Tourist Office on telephone +47 37 25 01 68.

Tickets:

Children aged 0-18: free of charge

Adults: NOK 90

Students/Concessions: NOK 65

Groups: from NOK 70

Schools and pre-schools: free of charge