KODE

Photo: Dag Fosse / Painting by Nikolai Astrup: Fugl på Sten, 1913

KODE

Written by: Student Bergen

Photo: Dag Fosse / Painting by Nikolai Astrup: Fugl på Sten, 1913

KODE is one of Scandinavia's largest museums of art, craft, design and music. 

KODE is a collection of four museums in Bergen's sentrum (city centre) as well as the homes of three composers (Ole Bull, Harald Sæverud and Edvard Grieg). The museums offer both permanent and visiting exhibitiions, stewarding nearly 50,000 pieces among them. Additionally over 400 annual concerts and 900 acres of parkland and nature trails are a part of the KODE experience. For more information about KODE, take a look at their website.

The student culture card provides free entrance to all of KODE's museum buildings between 15 August and 15 September.

Remember, discounts are only valid when a student ID is shown with the student culture card.    

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