Address: Venstøpehøyda, 3721 Skien
The dramatist Henrik Ibsen lived on the small farm of Venstøp from the age of 7 to 15. His childhood home is today a modern museum devoted to the writer.
Here, the writings of Ibsen are presented through the media of film, pictures, talking-heads and holograms. You can enjoy all this within the confines of old, listed buildings and a pleasant English country garden.
Open daily from 2 June – 12 August between 11 am – 5 pm.