Due to the reconstruction of the Government Quarter, the 22 July Centre closed in Høyblokka on the 15th of December 2019.
The Centre will reopen in a temporary location (Teatergata 10) on the 30th of March 2020.
NB! The opening of the 22 July Centre in Teatergata 10 has been postponed until further notice due to the coronavirus.
Opening hours (until December 15, 2019)
Monday – closed
Tuesday – Friday: 10-17
Saturday – Sunday: 12-16
Last entrance 30 minutes before closing
Phone: (+47) 22 24 22 22
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 story is told on the site where the attacks began, namely the High-rise Building in the Government Quarter in central Oslo. The centre’s educational programme invites school pupils and teachers into the discourse about the 22nd of July and encourages active participation in the negotiation of the attack’s significance both at present, and in the future. Our website is developed with a particular focus on digital resource material, as an offer to schools to strengthen education on the topic of the 22nd of July and related topics.
A new exhibition is currently being curated, and the 22 July Centre will open in a temporary location at Teatergata 10 during the first quarter of 2020.
We will keep you updated with news on this page.