Starting June 5, the 22 July Centre is open for drop-in visitors on weekends.
June 5–June 18
Saturday and Sunday: 11.00–16.00
June 19 onwards
Last entrance is 30 minutes before closing.
For security reasons, we can not allow prams, trolley cases and large bags.
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Due to covid-19 only a limited number of visitors are allowed in the exhibition at the same time. Visitors may be asked to wait or come back at another time.
Phone: (+47) 22 24 22 22
About the 22 July Centre
The 22 July Centre is a learning centre that works with the mediation of memory and knowledge about the terror attacks in Oslo and on Utøya on the 22nd of July 2011.
The 22 July Centre is located at Teatergata 10, in the Government building complex in central Oslo. The exhibition is titled The Public Conversation About 22 July. The exhibition contains a timeline of the terror attack that took place on 22 July 2011, as well as seven narratives about 22 July. With these narratives we aim to broaden the conversation about 22 July today and in the years to follow. The centre was opened on 22 July 2015, in the High-rise building, and is temporarily moved to Teatergata 10 due to renovation work in the Governemnt building complex.