Arriving by car
Kistefos is located about an hour's drive from both Oslo and Gardermoen Airport. Due to construction work in the south, we recommend driving in from the north, via the E16 and Samsmoveien. Follow the signs to Kistefos.
Catch a train to Hønefoss and/or hop on one of the local buses. The bus stops at Kistefos are called Kistefossvegen and Bergermoen. It's about 1 km to walk from the bus stops and to Kistefos.
Where to find us
Kistefos, Samsmoveien, 41N-3520 Jevnaker, Norway Telephone: +47 61 31 03 83E, mail: email@example.com
24 May - 11 Oct
- The sculpture park is available all year.
- Opening hours during season:
- Tuesday to Sunday 11 - 17
- July: Monday to Sunday 11 - 17
- Adults 150,-
- Children (up to and including 16) Free
- Seniors/Students 120,-
- Groups 120,-
- Season ticket Adult 450,-
- Season ticket Senior/Student 350,-
- Area ticket outside opening hours/season 90,-
Curator William Flatmo about the exhibition "Come Out!":
Regarding the Corona-situation
Kistefos is currently off-season, but the sculpture park is always open to those who want to take a walk in the fresh air. We encourage everyone to be careful and follow the advice from the Norwegian authorities regarding infection control measures. Take care and stay safe!
New York Times
What makes it a must-see cultural destination is The Twist, a new 15.000-square-foot structure spanning a river in the middle of the sculpture park.
Sculptor park of international standing
The scenic sculpture park has an impressive collection of works by internationally renowned contemporary artists including Anish Kapoor, Jeppe Hein, Tony Cragg, Olafur Eliasson, Fernando Bottero and Elmgreen & Dragset. The sculpture park focus is sight specific and international contemporary works of art and is available all year.
Kistefos was really a jewel on earth with high level art in fantastic surroundings