Practiacal information and accessability.
It is not permitted to take pictures inside the Villa. Exceptions are only made when a written statement of permission is produced. As to commercial photography or press photos, we kindly ask you to get in touch with the administration at the museum for arrangements and rates.
There are toilets for ladies, gents and disabled persons in the museum building proper and in the Troldsalen concert hall. A babies’ changing room is located in the museum building.
Food and drink
Our guest are kindly asked to leave food and drinks out of the exhibitions and the concert hall.
Animals are not permitted in the museum, Troldsalen concert hall and the Villa. Guide dogs are accepted.
Accessability: wheelchair users and disabled guests
The Edvard Grieg Museum Troldhaugen is wheelchair accessible – with some exceptions.
- The museum, shop and restaurant are all situated on ground level and directly accessible.
- The Villa is accessible by ramp.
- The path that leads down to the Troldsalen concert hall is on a slope, but has been approved for wheelchairs.
- The path that leads to the composer’s cabin has kept its original structure from Grieg’s time. It is not available for wheelchair users. Guests with moderate walking disabilities may use the hand rails that go almost all the way down to the cabin. Alternatively, we remind our guests that it is possible to get a good view of the cabin from the bridge.
- The path leading down to the tomb is unfortunately not suitable for wheelchairs. If you have a moderate walking disability, please be aware that this is a natural and rugged path that might prove challenging in places. It is possible to enjoy a great view of the Nordås lake from the garden area in front of the Villa.
There are two designated parking lots for cars marked with disabled signs by the main museum building. You may also ask for our available wheelchair, which is lent out in exchange for a deposit.
We accept companion cards.