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The International Museum of Children's Art interpresents children's art from 180 countries. Textiles, drawings, paintings, sculptures etc. The three basic functions of the museum areb to collect, preserve and promote children's art worldwide. See...more
Perfect and unforgettable composition of children’s art and masterpieces from all over the world, cheap tickets, easy to come with public transport, close to city-center. Recommend both to adults and families.
I visited the museum with my wife and our eight year old son on Sunday 8 October. The nearest train station is Majorstuen, which is less than a 10 minute stroll to the museum.
Set on several floors, the museum houses artwork from children all...More
This museum, although small, has a lot to offer. It's cosy, quirky, and great for small children. There are opportunities to draw and play with a variety of toys inside and there is also a small outdoor area. The drawings on display are lovely, but...More
Don't miss out on this wonderful art museum! I agree with all the positive feedback above! Even the restrooms where fun! On each floor there are small table and chairs where the kids can sit down and draw if they feel inspired - and they...More
Words can't express the feeling that one gets when looking at the art produced by children from all over the world. Here is a museum by children and for children that portrays their innocence no matter their background.
This is a little jewel for children (and adults alike) in Oslo. An amazing villa dedicated to the artistic power of children all over the world. They often have activities for children, inculding painting and african drum classes. Well worth a trip!