Teaching programs for school classes

Only avaliable in Norwegian.

Three boys in front of a whiteboard on which some pictures hang with unrecognizable motifs, some colorful notes with illegible text, and arrows drawn in red. One of the boys is standing and pointing with a red marker at one of the notes. The other boys sit and listen to him.
Teaching in Teatergata 10

Only avaliable in Norwegian.

A group of young people sitting on white chairs in a circle.
A school class during the education program "My story: stories from and about 22 July".

Only avaliable in Norwegian.

 Four students stand in a group, one student wearing a dark shirt and gray cap draws on the blackboard. Six pieces of paper in different colors with text: "(..) tells about", "How terror affected Norway", "The source makes us wonder", "what happened on 22 July 2011", "The source makes us to think about.." "The source gets (..)"

Only avaliable in Norwegian.

Three people working around a white magnetic board with purple card on it. The cards have a title and a text below. One of the persons is writing on the board with a marker.
Working on causes of radicalisation.

Only avaliable in Norwegian.

For those who prefer a shorter visit for whatever reason, we offer a lesson that includes an introduction to 22 July and the terrorist’s objectives and motivations, followed by an individual exhibition walk-through and a concluding summary conversation. In this conversation you will have the opportunity to ask questions and express your own reflections.

This is the shortest lesson offered by the 22 July Centre. It provides an introduction to 22 July and the terrorist’s objectives and motivations, followed by an individual walk-through of the exhibition.

This is not an educational program, but an offer to school classes who wish to visit the exhibition when our capacity for teacing is full. The class will be met by an exhibition assistant who will provide practical information regarding your visit. Please make use of the resources you find on the page "In the classroom" on our web pages.

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Visitor information

The Government Quarter is closed to all vehicular traffic. The nearest car park is Sentrum P-hus in C. J. Hambros plass 1.
Visiting address
Teatergata 10 - 0180 Oslo
Public transport
Bus 37, 33 and tram 70, 11, 17 and 18