Ekebergparken Museum

Museum which presents the Ekeberg area's history and nature. 
The museum is located in Lunds Hus, a white villa from 1891 at the base of the Ekeberg Sculpture Park.

The ground floor contains historical artifacts, old photographs and information about the Ekeberg's long history, which dates back to the Stone Age. Upstairs you can learn more about the plant and animal life in the area.  

The museum's art and design shop has books, design items, tickets to the Hakkespettene activity house for children and guided tours of the park. It also sells drinks, baked goods, ice cream, souvenirs and maps of the sculpture park.

Lund's House is the white Swiss chalet style villa you first see when turning off Kongsveien toward Ekebergparken. The house is located at Kongsveien 23. Here you find our museum of history and nature, the museum's art and design shop, as well as our administration offices.

MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND NATURE The museum presents collected  research materials on Ekeberg. The Swiss chalet style villa was built by Anton M. Lund in 1891. The building is now owned by the municipality of Oslo. The C. Ludens Ringnes foundation did the rehabilitation and established the exhibition areas. The museum covers two floors. The first floor is devoted to the history of Ekeberg, a history reaching all the way back to the Stone Age. On the second floor the visitor can immerse into the local area's nature. 

THE MUSEUM'S ART AND DESIGN SHOP In Lund's house you may also find a small art and design shop with a carefully selected assortment. We offer books on art, nature and history, good Scandinavian design for both young and old, park maps, drinks, select baked goods, ice cream and souvenirs. Tickets for Hakkespettene activity center, our public guided tours and entrance to the museum are sold here.


Maiken Frisch