During the daytime, Kulturhuset is frequented by an abundance of people who sit and work on their laptops, host study or group sessions and those who meet up with friends. With 3 floors, there’s plenty of space to spread out and find your own spot to spend a few hours chatting, researching your next activity in Oslo or just contemplating life.
I often spend the day working here rather than spending it in the office as it’s got a very chilled vibe to it.
During the evening time, these floors are filled with students and young professionals with great music, drinks and shuffleboard (a game that’s difficult to explain – involving “pucks” and silicon beads – but a lot of fun to play with a group!)
The place has a great vibe and has plenty of information about local events and happenings in Oslo. The lunch is not expensive and always tastes good – it’s definitely one of the spots I visit the most in the city.
Bonus – there is a shop across the street that specialises in donuts called My Ugly Baby. Just saying… if you like dessert!