At Norway House
Norway House offers a wide variety of exhibits and programming for all sorts of interests--
--and we're always busy! Stop in to the Albert Quie Education Center to join the adventures.
Come visit this rotating exhibit in the Coltvet Room at Norway House celebrating more than a century of collaboration and joint exploration between Norway and the United States. Many of the first discoveries in the Arctic and the Antarctic were made by Norwegian or American expeditions, or by Norwegian and American explorers working together.
A Fram Museum exhibition courtesy of the Royal Norwegian Embassy
Heidi Eger of Ingebretsen's teaches a lefse-making course at Norway House using her great-grandmother's recipe.
Renata Fossett and Carstens Smith teach a class on the many exciting variations of the traditional æbleskiver.
Perceptions of Norway: A photographic exhibit on the identity of Norwegians today is a photographic exhibit that expands our viewpoints of Norwegians and their culture. Through the eyes of fellow American, photographer Nancy Bundt — an expat residing in Norway for 25 years — guests to the exhibit will be able to witness the stories of a diverse group of Norwegians.
All the way from Norway, Quartetto Testosterone will present an evening of music with violins, viola, and cello.
This concert is free of charge. Donations accepted at the door in support of Edvard Grieg Society of Minnesota programming
Norway House is elated to host Norwegian award winning author Carl Frode Tiller joins us to discuss the first two books in his Encircling Trilogy.
Celebrate Norway's Constitution Day with hundreds of others in this annual family friendly Minneapolis tradition.
Local Norwegian-American artist, Bob Hest, presents a series of witty paintings that chronicle the settlement of Western Minnesota's Red River Valley by Scandinavian Immigrants at the turn of the century.
Together with families, friends, and neighbors, young and old, Norway House will be creating Gingerbread Wonderland 2018 in our Galleri. We invite anyone who is interested -- regardless of their gingerbread baking level -- to participate in this local holiday tradition by bringing in a gingerbread house or building to put on display.
More information coming Fall 2018 on how to participate!