Lunds House; museum of history and nature

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Our museum presents collected  research materials on Ekeberg. The Swiss chalet style villa was built by Anton M. Lund in 1891.  The museum covers two floors. The first floor is devoted to the history of Ekeberg, a history reaching all the way back to the Stone Age. On the second floor the visitor can immerse into the local area's nature.

I 2013 Abramović conceived her work "The Scream" specifically for Ekebergparken. 

Posed in front of the very same landscape Munch used for his famous motif, Oslo's inhabitants screamed out their emotions . The film is on view in the museum.

Opening hours:
Wednesday - Friday: 11:00-16:00
Saturday- Sunday: 12:00-17:00
Monday - tuesday: closed

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Muséet går over to etasjer og  presenterer innsamlet forskningsmateriale om Ekeberg. Første etasje er viet historien på Ekeberg, en historie som går helt tilbake til Steinalderen.I annen etasje kan den besøkende fordype seg i nærområdets natur, og oppleve Marina Arbramovis kunstfilm "The Scream"


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