This was two part visit. The first is an exhibition with a lot about Ibsen, his family, his life and his writing. The second is the tour of the apartment in Oslo where he lived for the remainder of his life after returning to Norway.
Both are very interesting regardless of your previous knowledge of Ibsen or his work.
Make sure to see the painting in his study, over the fire place, of his arch enemy. It's stunning.
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