September 13-15: We meet in the "New Library", Georg Sverdrup's building at the University of Oslo, Blindern.

The Blindern Campus of the University is just outside the city center and can be easily reached by public transportation from any point in the city. You can get to campus by subway (T-bane) number 3, 5 or 4/6 (stop: Blindern) or by tram number 17 or 18 (stop: Universitetet Blindern). NB! Due to work on the rails, buses are replacing the tram on parts of trajectory in September.


Georg Sverdrup's building, Oslo. Photos: CC, haavarkre and haavarkre CC


On the last day, Friday September 16, we will move the entire conference to Gjestestuene at Norsk Folkemuseum (The Norwegian Museum of Cultural History), situated on the peninsula Bygdøy on the outskirts of Oslo. Street address: Strømsborgveien 2 (see map).

You may go there by bus or by boat. Bus number 30 towards Bygdøy / Huk leaves from the National Theatre (Stortingsgata) at 08.55. Stop: Kongsgården.

The Bygdøy ferry leaves from from Rådhuskaia (the City Hall pier) at 08.45. Stop: Dronningen. Then there is a 1,5 km walk to Gjestestuene.


Norwegian Folk Museum & The ferry from Oslo City Hall to the Bygdøy peninsula (Nancy Bundt). The Viking Ship Museum at Bygdøy (Matjaz Intihar). All photos: Courtesy of VisitOslo.






The Oseberg Viking Ship at the Viking Ship Museum. Photo: Nancy Bundt/ VisitOslo.



Entrance to Norsk Folkemuseum at Bygdøy. Photo: Matjaz Intihar/ VisitOslo.