The Norwegian Center for Holocaust and Minority Studies is a research, education and documentation center in Oslo focusing on the Holocaust, other genocides, extremism, antisemitisim, hate speech, and the situation of minorities in contemporary societies.
The museum is closed due to Covid-19 restrictions
The Norwegian Center for Holocaust and Minority Studies is normally open between 11am and 4pm every day. Updates on how the pandemic affects our events and other activities will be posted on www.hlsenteret.no and in our social media channels, so stay with us online.
Our beautiful garden with a path leading to the popular beach Huk is, as always, open to the cautious public. You are welcome to take a break on the benches by the entrance and in the garden on the other side of the building.
Also, there is a large and very interesting piece of art work, Innocent Questions, on the façade of the building. The installation artist Arnold Dreyblatt has used an oversized punch card, focusing both on the Holocaust and current questions on the violation of personal rights.
MINO in the making
Walking up the alley towards Villa Grande, on the right side of the building you will see – and hear! – a construction site. Here the center's new wing MINO, designed by Transborder Studio, will open in 2021.The annex will contain temporary exhibitions on minority issues in contemporary societies, as well as other present-day topics.
Guided tours on Saturdays/Sundays:
Our exhibitions are mainly in Norwegian.
Guided tours in other languages are provided on request.
Adults NOK 70 / children NOK 30
Families NOK 130
Senior citizens and students NOK 50
Free admission with the Oslo Pass
The museum and the café are closed until further, due to Covid-19 restrictions.