Guided tours in Parliament

We regret to inform you that all guided tours and school visits have been cancelled until further notice. This is due to the evolving situation related to the coronavirus. 

 More information about guided tours.

What’s on?

The proposal Frederik Meltzer put forward was the flag we now know as the Norwegian flag. Photo: Archives of the Storting.

The bicentenary of the Norwegian flag

This year, the Norwegian flag celebrates its bicentenary. In May, it will be 200 years since the Storting chose what is now one of the most powerful symbols of sovereignty, community and democracy in Norway.

President of the Storting Tone Wilhelmsen Trøen. Photo: Storting.

International day in the Storting

Foreign policy will be the centre of attention in the Storting on Thursday 22nd April. Among the items on the agenda will be a debate on the Government’s foreign policy statement, a presentation of the interparliamentary delegations’ annual report, and a digital reception for the diplomatic corps.

One of the lion statues in front of the Storting building. Photo: Storting.

About the Storting

The Storting is the Norwegian Parliament. It is the supreme arena for political debate and decision-making in the Kingdom of Norway.