Join us for a walk in Edvard Munch’s footsteps at Ekebergåsen, the hill above Oslo where the Norwegian artist during an evening walk in 1892 got the inspiration for one of the most famous paintings in the world, The Scream. Along the tour we’ll not only learn more about the genius painter, or get an amazing view of the city and its surroundings, but also stop to taste local delicacies. Join us if you love art, history, food and urban nature.
Approx 4 hours - start at 12.00 from Oslo city center
English speaking guide
Bus and tram tickets
Food and drinks according to the program
Tickets for MUNCH museeum
Purchased tickets are not refundable. The trip is carried out regardless of the weather.
Price is based on min. 6, max 12 people. If the number of participants is less than 6 people a week before the hike, we will contact you. The trip can be carried out, but for an additional price. Or you can choose to get the amount paid back.
We start by taking the local bus from the city center, and our first stop is a charming little place where the owner’s hearts beat for simple dishes made with Norwegian ingredients. Here it is also possible to buy good Norwegian products to take home.
We continue by foot on a path through the Ekeberg forest, with a few surprises along the way. The highlight will of course be the place and view we recognize with the flaming clouds and the blue-black city and fjord.
Our final stop is the viewing platform outside the beautifully restored art deco Ekeberg restaurant, where we'll look directly down at MUNCH, the new home for Munch’s art. From here we take the tram together down to the center of Oslo again. Maybe stop by MUNCH to see the original Scream? The choice is yours.