Exhibitions, reception & bookshop
Tuesday – Sunday 11–17
NOTE: reception and bookstore are closed during exhibition installation. Follow our program here for more information.
Tour with a workshop for families
Every Sunday 13–14
Every Sunday 14–15
Guided tours in Norwegian are included in your ticket. Admission is free for children.
Monday – Sunday 11–17
The kitchen closes at 16
Bergen Kunsthall is closed on:
December 23th, 24th, 25th and 31st
May 1st and 17th
Children under 16 years
Bergen Kunsthall member
Students at KMD, BAS, Kunsthistorier UiB
We offer free entrance for:
All visitors on Thursdays from 17:00 – 20:00
All visitors to exhibition openings
All visitors that wish only to visit Gallery 5 exhibition, our bookstore or Upstairs
Cards that give free entrance:
Carer Certificate: A person accompanied by a carer pays for a senior ticket, but the carer will have free entry.
Kode ticket, KODE members get 50% off admission ticket
All members of NBK, NK, NFF, UKS, Kunstnerenes Hus, Astrup Fearnley
Art and Art History students (at Bryggen Art School and all universities and colleges locally and abroad).
Rasmus Meyers allé 5
BKH is in the city’s heart, situated between Rasmus Meyer Museum and Stenersen Museum, right across from Lille Lungegårdsvannet. You can get here on foot, by bike or by public transportation.
We have a bicycle parking rack on the right side of our entrance. There are city bike stations around the building.
The nearest bus stops are:
Lars Hilles Gate (approx. 130 m away)
Festplassen (approx. 180 m away)
Bergen Bus Station (approx. 500 m away)
By Light Rail:
Bergen Light Rail has two lines. Line nr 1 runs from the airport to Byparken, within walking distance to Bergen Kunsthall (approx. 350 m).
We are situated close to Bergen Train Station (approx.500 m away)
We have no private parking. The closest parking space is Grieg Parking Garage (approx. 170 m away). There are parking spaces reserved for people with reduced mobility available outside Stenersen Museum.
For more detailed accessibility information, please visit our dedicated access page.
Upon arrival, please ring the bell on the left side of the main entrance. A staff member from the reception will assist you in entering the building through a street-level entrance with elevator access (width 130 cm) to the galleries and Landmark Café.
We have portable chairs available. Please get in touch with the front-of-house staff.
We welcome service dogs for every visit, except for club nights at Landmark Café.
Bergen Kunsthall has gender-neutral restrooms. The restroom with universal design is at Landmark Cafe (Door width 110 cm). It also includes a changing station. More gender-neutral restrooms are in the basement.
For any assistance in planning your visit or questions regarding the information on this page, please get in touch with our reception at: email@example.com or +47 940 15 050
Be aware that the reception is closed during exhibition installations.
If you need assistance visiting Landmark Café when the reception is closed, please get in touch with +47 458 89 045
Please follow our program here for more information on when we are closed for installations.
We welcome feedback on access information we provided here or any individual experience; please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use our anonymous feedback form.
A full list of our staff is here.