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Troldhaugen Edvard Grieg Museum

Troldhaugvegen 65, Bergen 5232, Norway
+47 55 92 29 92
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Home of inspiration for Grieg

A very nice home. Somewhat off the beaten path-took a lot of walking to get here. The grounds are... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Hurricane, Utah
Norway Coastal Voyage

Troldhaugen is a the beautiful home to the great pianist Edvard Grieg. He wrote most of his piano... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Enchanting residence of the composer Edvard Grieg and his wife, who lived there every summer from 1885 to 1907. The museum also comprises the chamber music hall, Troldsalen, where daily concerts are held during the summer season. Museum building with shop, exhibition and cafeteria.
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  • Very good30%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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“concert hall” (123 reviews)
“his life” (44 reviews)
“piano recital” (43 reviews)
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
Troldhaugvegen 65, Bergen 5232, Norway
+47 55 92 29 92
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Reviewed yesterday

A very nice home. Somewhat off the beaten path-took a lot of walking to get here. The grounds are nicely kept. The house looks like he and his wife just left.

Thank R Y K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Troldhaugen is a the beautiful home to the great pianist Edvard Grieg. He wrote most of his piano music here in the summer months and traveled around the world giving concerts during the winter months. His home is now a fascinating museum. It is small...More

3  Thank Apopka1564
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Grieg Museum Troldhaugen is the villa of Norway's most famous composer and wife. Edvard Grieg came from an affluent family, and reached commercial success quite early in his life (20s), so their living conditions were not of a struggling artist. The red hut on the...More

1  Thank Adele H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

In August 2017 we had an unforgettable 3-week trip in Norway. Today, four months later, our memories of countless waterfalls and breathtaking views begin to fade, but we remember the day we visited the Grieg Museum as it was yesterday. We thoroughly enjoyed the small...More

6  Thank Olax P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We caught a bus from the fish market at 11:00 and went in with a group. The guide told us to split into 2 groups of about 20 each. Some folks were impatient, and we had about 30 in the first group, and 10 in...More

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Thank Dawn C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This part of the Grieg family is the history music part. The Grieg-museum is situated a few minutes walk from my residence. So I somethimes walk there together with my visitors. PS! I also are connected to other parts of the Grieg-family.

Thank bgd2015
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

When Tripadviser ask whether a visit to the home of the Grieg family is "exciting or dangerous" then I suppose the answer is 'Yes' - in that seeing the scenery which inspired Norway's greatest composer is exciting, and listening to a recital of his music...More

3  Thank operabuff_11
Reviewed 18 November 2017

So beautiful site there all the horizon view surrounded this place. Its awesome. Historie alone WOW.

Thank lars n
Reviewed 12 November 2017

A very beautiful house in a fairytale garden. No wonder Edvard and Nina wanted to be buried here. There is a concerthall with a wonderful view in the garden to the composerhut of the great man. If you visit his house you will realise in...More

1  Thank JanSmithSchneider
Reviewed 12 November 2017 via mobile

There was a walk from the bus parking bays to the museum but is was worth the small effort required. The museum had much information about Grieg and one room has a video of various places in Norway showing with a background of Grieg's music....More

2  Thank Dianne D
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10 April 2017|
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Response from Beintibilen | Property representative |
The easiest way of getting to Troldhaugen, and attend one of the daily lunchtime concerts at 13:00, is to take the bus tour that leves from the tourist information in the city centre at 11:00. It takes you directly to the... More
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14 April 2016|
Response from Beintibilen | Property representative |
If you are coming to Bergen between May 18 and September 30. The easiest way to visit Grieg's home at Troldhaugen is to take the daily bus tour that leaves from the tourist information in the city centre at 11.00. The tour... More
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18 January 2016|
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Response from Jan K | Reviewed this property |
Hello, first of all it will take about 2 hours to walk to Troldhaugen. But you can also chose to use the tram line nbr 1. from City center of Bergen or from Busstasion. Also there is a few busses (67-83) going FROM city... More