In 1924, Gustav Vigeland and his wife Ingerid moved to their new home at Frogner. The apartment on the ground floor of the studio is almost 300 square meters and has two living rooms, dining room, bedroom, library and kitchen. The rooms are harmonious and carefully thought out, and preserved with the original interior from the 1920s.
Before moving in, Vigeland showed little interest in interior design. But, at Frogner, he engaged to give the apartment a personal touch. Over the course of a few years, he made about fifty pastels for the apartment's many walls and for the living rooms he designed patterns for carpets, pillows, tablecloths, candlesticks and lamps.
Space limitation, online booking and ticket cost
- Unfortunately, the apartment only accommodates 15 people at a time. This is due to conservation and safety considerations.
- Tickets for guided tours in Gustav Vigeland's apartment can be pre-booked at TicketCo. Unsold tickets from TicketCo can be purchased at the reception. The tours are often sold out, so please check TicketCo for availability.
- Gustav Vigeland's apartment is open for public on specific dates only.
- Most guided tours in the apartment are held in Norwegian, but for many it is still interesting to see his home.
- The tickets will be avaliable approximately three weeks before the tour.
- We do not offer refund of unused tickets.
Next public tours in the apartment (booking via TicketCo)
June 28 at 14.00, 15.00 and 16.00
September 3 at. 16.00
October 1 at. 15.00
October 22 at. 15.00
November 5 at. 15.00
December 1 at. 12:00, 13:00 and 14:00
You can also book a private tours of the museum and apartment. Read more about guided tours in the apartment and the anniversary exhibition.
Please book your ticket at TicketCo for the apartment tour.