Ramme Art Gallery

Welcome to Ramme Art Gallery, a remarkable underground art gallery, two floors underground.

At the art gallery you can experience Norwegian artists from the 1800s and 1900s, who lived and created art in our local area. These artists were also well-known in their own time, both at home and abroad.

Exhibiting art by Edvard Munch, Christian Krohg, Frits Thaulow, Hans Gude, Theodor Kittelsen, Oda Krohg, Carl Dørnberger, Paul Fischer, and Oscar Wergeland.

2023: EDV. MUNCH at Ramme featuring WORKS ON PAPER

At Ramme Art Gallery you will be able to experience a brand-new addition to the exhibition: artworks Edvard Munch made on paper during his time at Ramme. This includes prints, drawings, and watercolours.

Drawing and watercolours were consistent media in Munch’s life from the time he was a little boy. As a young adult, when he decided to become an artist, he became seriously interested in oil painting. Towards the end of the 1800s, he began experimenting with different types of printing and this allowed his creativity to find yet new directions.

The exhibition includes art created in the spirit of vitalism, the local landscape, portraits of friends, models, and a little teaser of the Aula decorations.


  • Touching the artworks is not permitted.
  • Copying the artwork without written consent from Ramme Art Gallery is not permitted.
  • Photography/filming in the gallery with a small handheld camera/mobile phone without extra light is permitted.
  • Child carriers or strollers are not permitted in the exhibition areas.
  • Animals are not permitted.
  • Food and drink are not permitted.

Ramme Art Gallery has camera surveillance in all public areas.

Practical information

2024: TBA

Ramme Art Gallery is adapted for people with disabilities. Access to the gallery via the main door on floor 0. Lift access to exhibition areas.

We have a cloakroom with secure lockers. We ask that all bags, backpacks, umbrellas, and coats be kept in the lockers.

Ramme Art Gallery takes no responsibility for damage or loss of objects stored in the cloakroom.