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Intercultural Museum works to heighten the understanding of, and respect for cultural diversity. The museum collects, documents and communicates knowledge focusing on immigration history and cultural changes in Norwegian society. The museum aims to...more
I liked the museum. It gives you an overview of human being weakness points! It made me think about myself. I felt very connected to other people in the world when I saw they had some same experiences as me.
Don't miss the room called...More
It seems that exhibits are replaced frequently, while one exhibit is more permanent. It questions our prejudices, what prejudices are and where they come from. Good questions that any person should reflect on. The museum is free and it is located in the most exciting...More
In the old police station you find the Intercultural Museum, in the heart of Oslo's most diversed area. The exhibitions are modern and interactive and always with very up to date themes. Bring the kids, they will appreciate the audio, video and engaging effects. And...More
While a fairly small museum, I found it to be a wonderful space for reflecting upon intercultural issues that face modern societies. It has several interactive elements and art pieces that are very interesting for all ages. I do recommend this museum for a visit,...More
This is an OK museum at best. It is free. It is very small. It has an exhibit on the Roma people that wasn't that exciting. The highlight was an actual Roma-mobile that you can enter and touch everything (open drawers, etc) out in the...More
This free museum focuses on the history of the Roma in Norway. It's small but worth spending the 20 minutes it takes to tour it, just for how it raises your consciousness about the travails this group faced over several centuries. Some of the exhibits...More