Fodor's Expert Review Edvard Grieg Museum

Troldhaugen, Fantoft, Lysøen, and Ulriken Historic Home Fodor's Choice

Built in 1885, Troldhaugen was the home of Norway's most famous composer, Edvard Grieg. He composed many of his best-known works in a garden cottage by the lakeshore. In 1867, he married his cousin Nina, a Danish soprano, and they lived in the white clapboard house with green gingerbread trim for 22 years. A salon and gathering place for many Scandinavian artists then, it now houses mementos—a piano, paintings, prints—of the composer's life. The interior has been kept as it was during Grieg's time here. Concerts are held both at Troldhaugen and at the very modern Troldsalen next door.

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Troldhaugsveien 65
Bergen, Vestland  5232, Norway


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Rate Includes: NKr 110, Closed mid-Dec.–mid-Jan.

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