What's On

Here you can find an overview of the webpages where all the events happening in the Stavanger region are posted! Go on, get busy exploring!

Region Stavanger

Region Stavanger is the official DMO (Destination Marketing Organisation) working to promote the Stavanger region. Region Stavanger is also responsible for running the Tourist Information offices in Stavanger and Sandnes.



inStavanger is your ultimate guide to events, experiences and activities in Stavanger and surrounding areas. Discover what's on right now or coming up in the next few hours. Never be bored again!


The Norwegian Trekking Association (in short DNT)

The Norwegian Trekking Association (in short DNT) is Norway's biggest outdoor activities organisation. For some 140 years, we've been working to promote trekking and to improve conditions for all who enjoy the country's broad range of outdoor attractions.

Trekking Association (STF)


Visit Norway

Norway is ranked as “The happiest country” in the world, on criteria as freedom, honesty, welfare, good health, and generosity. Take part in what makes us happy.



Stavanger Museum

Muségate 16, 4010 Stavanger

Stavanger Children’s Museum

Muségata 16, 4010 Stavanger


Stavanger Art Museum

Henrik Ibsens gate 55, 4021 Stavanger


Norwegian Canning Museum

Øvre Strandgate 88, 4005 Stavanger


Stavanger Maritime Museum

Strandkaien 22, 4005 Stavanger


Utstein Kloster (Utstein Monastery)

Mosterøyveien 801, 4156 Mosterøy


Ledaal (Royal Residence)

Eiganesveien 45, 4009 Stavanger


Breidablikk Museum (19th century villa)

Eiganesveien 40A, 4009 Stavanger


Norwegian Graphic Museum

Muségate 16, 4010 Stavanger


Stavanger School Museum

Hillevågsveien 82, 4016 Stavanger


Archaeological Museum, Stavanger

Peder Klowsgate 30A, 4010 Stavanger


The Iron Age Farm, Ullandhaug, Stavanger

Ullandhaugveien 165, 4021 Stavanger


Norwegian Oil Museum, Stavanger

Kjeringholmen, 4013 Stavanger


Flight History Museum

Flyplassvegen 131, 4050 Sola



Jæren Region

Jærmuseet is the museum for the municipalities Randaberg, Sola, Sandnes, Gjesdal, Klepp, Time and Hå as well as the regional science center for Southwest Norway. Our mission is to document and tell the history of the region, and as the science centre we shall encourage the interest in science and technology. Jærmuseet is a family of museums at 13 different locations across the Jæren region. The two largest museums are Vitenfabrikken (the Science Factory) in Sandnes and Vitengarden (the Science Farm) in Nærbø.


Ryfylke Region

Ryfylkemuseet, a cultural-historical museum founded in 1981, houses collections from Ryfylke, a region whose great variety of landscapes range from the islands in the west to the fjords and mountains in the east. Although the museum’s administration is at Sand in Suldal municipality, it also covers the municipalities of Sauda, Hjelmeland, Strand, Forsand, Finnøy, Rennesøy and Kvitsøy.


Dalane Region

Dalane Folkemuseum is the regional museum of Dalane, an area comprising the municipalities of Eigersund, Sokndal, Lund and Bjerkreim. The museum has rich and extensive collections, with facilities spread throughout Dalane. Dalane Folkemuseum was founded in 1910.




Strandkaien 24, 4005 Stavanger



Løkkeveien 24, 4008 Stavanger


Tou Scene

Kvitsøygaten 25, 4012 Stavanger


Stavanger Jazz Forum – Spor 5

Jernbaneveien 9, 4005 Stavanger


DNB Arena

Ishockeyveien 1, 4021 Stavanger


Stavanger Culture House – Sølvberget

Sølvberggata 2, 4006 Stavanger


Sandnes Culture House

Mauritz Kartevolds plass 1, 4306 Sandnes


Sola Culture House

Kongshaugveien 32, 4050 Sola



Olav Kyrresgate 5, 4307 Sandnes


Stavanger Concert House - Stavanger Konserthus

Sandvigå 1, 4007 Stavanger


Stavanger Culture School

Sandvigå 5, 4007 Stavanger

Stavanger Symphony Orchestra


SF KINO Stavanger and Sandnes

The cinema in Stavanger is located in the same building as the library in Stavanger Kulturhus. The cinema in Sandnes is located in the city center, in the Amfi Vågen shopping mall.


Magiske Lanterner Filmklubb shows movies in the large room at Folken. With the membership card you can attend the movie screenings during the entire season for a small fee. At the end of each season you can decide either to renew or drop the membership without any further commitment.

Rogaland Theatre
Teaterveien 1, 4005 Stavanger

BATS – British Amateur Theatre Stavanger


BGE Contemporary

Engelsminne gata 17, Stavanger

Stavanger Art Society

Madlaveien 33, 4009 Stavanger

Rogaland Art Museum


More news

  • Sport and Outdoors

    01. Apr 2019
    The Stavanger region offers majestic fjords, beaches and an impressive mountain landscape. Here you also find some of the most popular natural tourist attractions in the country such as Kjerag and the Pulpit Rock. Accessibility is the key word, as this region is one of few places where you can experience a snow peaked mountaintop and a walk on the beach within a couple of hours.
  • Flavour in every single drop

    09. Apr 2019
    With its pure, locally produced ingredients and the best flavour in the world, Safteriet is hoping to conquer the Norwegian café and restaurant market.
  • She who Rules the Waves

    09. Apr 2019
    To outsiders, Anne Lise Ådnøy can come across as quiet and reserved. But even the appearance of a newly-appointed Bishop can be deceptive, and goodness knows that Anne Lise Ådnøy has not chosen the path of least resistance.
  • 2019 Election: Winds of Change in Stavanger

    09. Apr 2019
    There is a fresh breeze blowing across Stavanger’s political stage, according to Tom Hetland, former Editor-in-Chief and commentator for Stavanger Aftenblad.
  • Building of city’s new meeting place set to start.

    09. Apr 2019
    The development of the area around Stavanger’s train station is literally back on track.
  • Spring Clean for the Mind

    02. Apr 2019

    Spring Clean for the Mind.

    As the days begin to lengthen, the plant world reawakens and the animal world birth their new generation our human impulse is to follow along and take our cues from nature. 

  • Welcoming program

    04. Apr 2019
    Adapting to change is often a challenge and the expatriate and family can often find themselves struggling with making the necessary adjustment.