Photo: Rannveig Røstad / Bjerkebæk

SUMMER AT BJERKEBÆK

The museum take all precautions for a safe visit for all our gusts.

 

The daily program will be reduced this year and Sigrid Undset’s home will, due to Covid-19 safety precautions, not be open for visitors. The museum is still worth a visit!

Hosts in the garden

Meet our knowledgeable hosts in Sigrid Undset’s garden, they gladly tell about the author’s life.

A walk in the garden is in itself a great experience. The garden is planned and shaped by Sigrid Undset herself, and reconstructed the way is was in the midst of the 1930s. You will find perennials, fruit trees, herbs, stairways, stone walls and gravel walks. In some parts the grass grows freely to make a variety of plants and flowers flourish there.

Exhibitions

Inside the guest house you will find the exhibition «Sigrid Undset’s travels» that gives an exciting insight into her travels through life.

Museum shop

Inside the visitor center you will find the museum shop. You can buy books by Sigrid Undset, gift articles and ceramic jars not unlike  those inside the author’s home.

The cafeteria is closed

This summer we keep the cafeteria closed. Feel free to bring your own lunch for a picnic in the garden.

Please note that the program at Bjerkebæk will be different this summer than described several places on this webpage (due to the situation with covid-19). The daily programme for the summer 2020.

Safe museum visit
Bjerkebæk is following all the precautions from the Norwegian Health Institute regarding the Covid-19 situation, and we prepare for a safe visit.

Opening hours:
12 - 30 June: Thursday to Sunday 11.00 - 16.00
1 July - 9 August: All days 11.00 - 16.00
19 - 30 August: Thursday to Sunday 11.00 - 16.00

Please note that Sigrid Undset’s home is not available for visits this summer.


Tickets
We are preparing online ticket sales.
Please pay by card when you buy tickets at the museum or for payment in the shop.

We reduce the ticket prices this summer.

 

 

 

 


We reserve the right to make changes according to government regulations.