KODE Art Museum

KODE Art Museum in Bergen, Norway is a cultural gem that inspires and educates visitors with its rich collections and stunning exhibitions. The museum complex consists of four buildings – KODE 1, 2, 3, and 4 – each offering a unique and diverse art experience.

KODE 1 showcases an impressive collection of fine art from the Renaissance to contemporary works, including pieces by Edvard Munch and J.C. Dahl. At KODE 2, visitors can explore an extensive collection of silverware, furniture, textiles, and ceramics representing Norwegian decorative arts spanning several centuries.

KODE 3 houses paintings from the Golden Age of Norwegian art in the late 19th century, featuring works by artists such as Hans Heyerdahl and Gerhard Munthe. Meanwhile, KODE 4 focuses on modernist and contemporary art with rotating exhibitions that push boundaries and challenge perspectives.

Beyond its permanent collections, KODE Museum frequently hosts temporary exhibitions that tackle various themes, artistic styles, and time periods to offer fresh perspectives to visitors. The museum’s commitment to showcasing both established and emerging artists makes it a dynamic cultural hub in Bergen.

Moreover, KODE Museum organizes educational programs, workshops, lectures, and guided tours to engage audiences of all ages with art history and creativity. By fostering a deep appreciation for art and culture through innovative programming, KODE Museum plays a vital role in enriching the cultural landscape of Bergen.

Whether you are an art enthusiast or someone seeking inspiration from creative expressions across different eras, aAto KODE Museum promises a captivating journey through Norwegian art history while igniting your imagination with contemporary artistic expressions.

Read what others share about their experience

  • Traveler
    9 months ago
    Collection of 4 museums, to be honest I’ve seen better museums, but for Bergen I think it’s very...
  • Ally Z
    10 months ago
    Every year the town of Bergen gets together and creates an unique gingerbread city. This year, the...
  • Irma Zandl
    10 months ago
    The art scene in Bergen is amazing. In this particular area there are 4-5 major museums next to each...
  • Lenore Cicala
    4 years ago
    If you visit Bergen, Norway, and the weather is rainy, which often is, you should at least spend an...
  • Frecky Lewis
    4 years ago
    Beautiful art museum in Bergen, and one of several KODE musems along a strip by a nice park. Large...

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