The Ibsen Museum possesses the last home of the writer Henrik Ibsen. It is found near the Royal Palace on Henrik Ibsen's door in Oslo, Norway.Henrik Ibsen and his significant other Suzannah lived there from 1895 to 1906.
At the point when Suzannah Ibsen passed on in 1914, the house was disassembled and the furniture scattered.
The district of Kristiania expected ownership of Henrik Ibsen's examination and room and saved every last bit of it at the Norwegian Folk Museum.
The library went to the district exhibition hall in Skien and the lounge area to the Ibsen House Museum.
The family held ownership of the rest of the furniture.The three Ibsen Museums in Norway have a joint effort on reasonable measures of co-task.