Bergen Kunsthall is one of Norway’s premier arenas for contemporary art. Variety of exhibitions from international and Norwegian artists.
Bergen Kunsthall is a contemporary art center, concert venue, book shop, bar and café with more than 200 events and 12 exhibitions a year. It consists of the Kunsthall, No.5 and Upstairs spaces, Landmark, our bar, café and nightclub, and the book shop INK.
Tours every Sunday at 2 pm.
Kunsthallen, NO.5 & INK:
Tue - Sun 11 - 17
Thursdays 11 - 20 (free 17 - 20)
Mondays closed (open during Bergen International Festival)
Mon - Sun 11 - 17
Mon - Sun: Open according to our evening program. More info at kunsthall.no.
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