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How to get to the Research Council

The Research Council of Norway is located at Drammensveien 288 in Oslo, at Sollerudstranda by the Lysaker river. From the train or bus, get off at Lysaker Station. When driving, exit at Lysaker and follow the signs to Sollerudstranda.

The Research Council main office is located at Drammensveien 288, at Sollerudstranda in Lysaker. Photo: KLP

The street address is Drammensveien 288, Lysaker [show on map]. The building is centrally located between the Oslo fjord and the E18 motorway.

Visitors can travel to Lysaker Station by train, Flytoget (airport train) or bus. The train trip from Oslo S (Oslo Central Station) takes nine minutes. Trains run seven times an hour in both directions. The airport train departs three times an hour.

From Lysaker Station it is a five-minute walk to Drammensveien 288.

There are also good bicycle paths directly to the building.

If you arrive in Lysaker by train, it is a five-minute walk to the Research Council. Exit the station building on the side where the bus stops are, then walk straight ahead towards the river. Take the path to the right under the E18 motorway and continue across the street, then to the left (east) and over the bridge on the fjord side of the E18 motorway.

The Research Council shares the building with other organisations and companies. The reception area is immediately inside the main entrance. Here you can register as a visitor and get help to contact the person you are meeting or find the correct meeting room.

                                     Welcome to our offices!

The entrance is on the side of the building that is facing Drammensveien. When you enter you will find the reception to the left. (Photo: Lena Rossevik)


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