The Cultural Walking Stick

Free tours and printmaking workshops for all senior Oslo residents.

This programme has two options: a guided tour of the current exhibition; or a guided tour of the current exhibition plus a printmaking workshop focusing on Munch’s “jigsaw puzzle” woodcut technique. The printmaking workshop will be led by a professional artist.

Visits can be combined with refreshments at the Stockfleths café near the entrance.

The Museum is accessible to wheelchair users.

This programme is fully booked for 2020.

The options:


  •  A guided tour of the Museum’s current exhibition lasting approximately 45 minutes.
  • Group size: 5 – 25 people.
  • Advance booking essential.

For more information and booking: 


This three-hour course (which includes a break) begins with a guided tour of the current exhibition. After the tour we move to the Museum’s printmaking workshop, where a professional artist will instruct the participants in making woodcut prints using Munch’s “jigsaw puzzle” technique.

  • We arrange these courses for groups and individuals on request.
  • Maximum group size: 10.
  • Advance booking essential.

For more information and booking:

The Cultural Walking Stick is funded by the Ministry of Culture and administered by the City of Oslo’s Agency for Cultural Affairs.

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