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KODE is one of Scandinavia's largest museums for art and music. It has a unique combination of art museums and composers' homes, of visual art, historical objects, concerts and parklands. KODE stewards almost 50,000 objects that can be experienced...more
Just a great experience. After managing the lockers for our bags we moved from building to building enjoying the paintings. Hard to be explicit why, as we are not knowledgable about Norwegian art, but it was great with beauty and humour as well as Munch....More
One ticket buys access to four separate exhibition spaces and so represents decent value. I spent a very enjoyable morning wandering through two of these spaces. I enjoyed the Munch exhibition and also the landscapes of JC Dahl who was a new artist to me....More
My husband and I often visit art museums while on vacation and we tend to find that you need big chunks of time and by the end your visually exhausted and can't remember half of what you saw. The Koda museums don't do that! We...More
In KODE are situated the biggest collection of Munk`s paintings. KODE is a small museum, but there are enough art inside. E[hibition is full of emotions. Only 4 rooms of Munk - worth to visit it.
I wish I saw it again )
The complex is huge and there are 4 separate buildings. Admission fee is included in the Bergen card and it is a great way to spend an afternoon. Many wonderful artworks by Munch. The modern art exhibits are also very innovative and stimulating.
One ticket gets you into several exhibit halls which are all next to each other. Some incredible paintings can be seen, and they truly give you a deeper appreciation of Norwegian culture, way of life, and perspective.
KODE is a series of art exhibitions spread across four gallery buildings. You can visit on two consecutive days if you wish. The star attraction is the Munch exhibition which is a good précis of how his art developed across his lifetime. The Dahl show...More
It’s free to visit if you have Bergen card. We visited Kode house 2 & 4 only. A lot of silver art work were exhibited in house 2. In house 4, mainly paintings from famous Norwegian painters including Edvard Munch were displayed.