Statholdergaarden is a fine old building at the crossroads of Rådhusgate/Kirkegate in Kvadraturen, the heart of Oslo. The house dates from 1640 and was built for Peter Gruner, Master of the Mint.
At the end of the 1600s, the governor Ulrik Fredrik Gyldenløve moved into the house and lived there for 20 years. It was at this time that the foundations were laid for all the festivities that are still held in Statholdergaarden today.
The restaurant now comprises five rooms of different sizes.
"Tordenskjolds bathroom" og "bedroom"
"Salongen" and "The Blue room"
In the entrance to the restaurant there is a small lounge for guests to take drinks, and at the side of the lounge lies "The Blue Room". Here we can lay on an impressive dining table for 12-14 people. The room is suitable as a splendid private room.
Images from selected aereas in the restaurant.
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