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  • Griegs villa
  • Troldsalen
Outside the city centre Composer home
Accessible with wheelchair

Troldhaugen, the home of Edvard and Nina Grieg, was referred to by Grieg himself as his best opus so far, and can indeed be a revealing study of his ideas and personality.

In 1985, a hundred years after Grieg moved into Troldhaugen, the chamber music hall Troldsalen opened. While enjoying the excellent acoustics of this concert hall, audiences can appreciate a view through the glass wall behind the performers, overlooking Grieg’s composing hut and the lake beyond.


Grieg’s Villa

  • Wheelchair access: Yes. Available at the back of the house, reservation required.
  • Accessible toilet: No (only available at Troldsalen)
  • Facilities for reduced hearing: No


  • Wheelchair access: Yes. Spaces at rear of hall for wheelchair users, available without prior notice. No special tickets required.
  • Accessible toilet: Yes
  • Facilities for reduced hearing: No
  • Read more about accessibility at Troldhaugen
Photo: Thor Brødreskift
Photo: Thor Brødreskift




Public transportation: 

  • We encourage our audience to leave the car at home and use public transportation to Troldhaugen.
  • The closest light rail stop is Hop, a 20-minute walk following the signs to Troldhaugen. You can also take bus 21 or 83 from Bergen Bus Station. 
  • Find relevant time tables at  

Car & parking:

  • Troldhaugen is a 15-minute drive south of Bergen city center. 
  • Follow Fjøsangerveien and E39, and then take Troldhaugvegen/Fv582 until you reach the venue.
  • Free parking is available outside the museum with a 2-minute walk from Troldsalen. Note that the parking has limited capacity. 


  • It is possible to buy drinks in the Troldsalen foyer.


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