The Kunstmuseum TKM Art Museum is located near the Nidaros Cathedral and displays the changing exhibitions of contemporary art, but also the historical works of the museum's impressive art collection. This is the main exhibition department. There is a group exhibition on the first floor where the great names of Norwegian history are exhibited, while on the second floor of the museum there are contemporary names of Norwegian and international art.
The emphasis is on Norwegian art from the 1850s to the present day. Another location to visit is TKM Gramølna. It was founded in 2008, located in Nedre Elvehavn Street. On the ground floor of the museum are the changing international and regional contemporary arts, while on the second floor are exhibitions that include works from the artistic gift of the company Hakon Bleken.
The Museum of Art is abbreviated TKM, which means temporary exhibitions of international and regional art, as well as works that are part of the museum's large art collection. In January 2009, the museum became part of the museum in Sør-Trøndelag AS (MiST).
The museum is ideal for family visits because the Museum of Art is popular as an arena for children but also for adults. It features creative rich workshops appealing to all ages.
Ticket price for the museum
Regular ticket price 12 €
Reduced ticket price 8 €
Free entrance - children up to 18 years
Museum opening hours:
Wednesday from 12pm to 8pm
From Thursday to Sunday - from 12pm to 4pm
Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays
Author of the text:
Maja Glavaš, Bachelor with Honours in Communicology. Works in Tourism.
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