Den Nationale Scene (The National Stage Bergen) is Norway's oldest permanent theatre, and one of three national theatres in Norway. The theatre is situated in a beautiful Art Noveau-building from 1909, in the middle of the city of Bergen.
Wheelchair access: Yes, except Lille Scene
Tickets for wheelchair spaces (Store Scene and Teaterkjelleren) should be booked in advance (tel: +47 55 60 70 80)
Accessible toilets: Yes
Lifts: No lift to upper floor
Facilities for reduced hearing: Induction loops in all auditoriums. Please request when booking tickets to ensure seats with optimal hearing conditions.
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Bus or light rail to city center.
Closest car park Klostergarasjen or in Citypark in Markeveien. Cars may be driven to the door to drop off or pick up mobility impaired passengers. Some street parking in the vicinity.
Yes, in the theatre café.
No ticket sales at the venue entrance. Ticket sales via fib.no.
South American flavours meet local
produce. From ceviche and tacos to
tasty main courses.
The bar is open Monday–Saturday until 24:00
Øvre Ole Bulls plass 5, tel: 55 21 58 70
Tapas restaurant and bar with spacious
outdoor seating facing the theatre.
Sunday–Tuesday at 15:00–22:00
Wednesday–Thursday at 15:00–23:00
Friday–Saturday at 13:00–23:00
Veiten 3, tel: +47 55 32 90 99
Pascal Mat & Vin
Inviting and informal bistro-like
restaurant where you will enjoy a
pleasant atmosphere and friendly
and efficient service.
Monday–Saturday at 11:30–23:00
Sunday at 14:00–23:00
Food orders before 22:00
Royal Gourmetburger og Gin
Events at Den Nationale Scene
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