The Vigeland Museum is a historical center in Oslo, Norway.
Its history started in 1919 when stone worker Gustav Vigeland made an offer to Oslo Municipality to give his works at some point later on.
Vigeland's aggregate collection of works comprised of models, as well as woodcuts, illustrations, draws and photos and in addition letters, different compositions and an individual library. Consequently, Vigeland needed an atelier.
The atelier could be reconstructed as a historical center after his passing. Indeed, even Vigeland's level on the third floor was protected as a piece of the museum.
The working of the eventual exhibition hall started in 1921 when an agreement amongst Vigeland and Oslo had been formalized.