BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE or at the Tourist Information.
The bus leaves from the tourist information at 11:00 and drives through the city centre on its way to Troldhaugen.
A guide will provide you with information in English about Edvard Grieg’s Bergen and the sites we pass.
At 12:00 we arrive at Edvard Grieg’s home at beautiful Troldhaugen, where we will have a guided tour through his villa from 1885.
There will be time for exploring the gardens, the composer’s hut and the peaceful gravesite before the lunchtime concert starts at 13.00 in the concert hall “Troldsalen”, where one of Norway’s leading Grieg interpreters will give a short (30 minutes) piano recital.
At 14:00 we meet at our bus and return to the city centre, where we arrive at 14:25.
If you have a Bergen Card, you get a discount on an adult ticket. Choose the required number of adults and add the discount. One discount per Bergen Card. A valid Bergen Card must be shown on entry.
If you do not need transport from the city center, you can book a ticket only for the concert. You can read more and find a link to only concert tickets here.
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Members or Bergen Card holders: NOK 270
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