Oslo Opera House is a national opera theatre situated in Oslo, Norway. It is the home of the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet. The theatre is fairly new having been opened in 2007, it was built to a contemporary style and is said to resemble two flat icebergs. The building has over 1000 rooms used for various things but its focal point is its auditorium which can hold up to 1364 people. The auditorium plays host to many shows during the year and also other events. The building itself is quite interesting with a few different styles merged. It is a popular venue in the city and the nation.
The Oslo Opera House is situated in the centre of the city. It is situated close by to the main transport hub ‘Oslo Central Station’, most of the cities transport runs to and from the station.
Opening Times and Admission
The best way to visit the theatre is by attending a show, tickets are available on the website. Otherwise, the best option is to attend a 50-minute tour which runs daily at 12 pm except for Sundays when they run at 1 pm. The tours give you an insight into the building. The tour costs 100NOK per adult with discounted rates available for concessions.