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Norway Business Holidays: 2019




Searching for the public holidays in Norway? All public holidays in Norway are treated like Sundays. This means that most of the Norway employees have a day off and all schools are closed on these holidays. If you are planning a trip to Norway and want to know what the national and regional holidays are, check the details in the tables below.

2019
1 January New Year's Day (Nyttårsdag)
2 April Maundy Thursday (Skjærtorsdag)
3 April Good Friday (Langfredag)
5 April Easter (Påskedag)
6 April Easter Monday (Andre påskedag)
1 May Labour Day (Første mai)
17 May Constitution Day (Syttende mai, Grunnlovsdagen)
17 May Ascension of Jesus (Kristi himmelfartsdag)
25 May Whit Monday (Andre pinsedag)
25 December Christmas (Første juledag)
26 December Boxing Day (Andre juledag)
2020
1 January New Year's Day (Nyttårsdag)
24 March Maundy Thursday (Skjærtorsdag)
25 March Good Friday (Langfredag)
27 March Easter (Påskedag)
28 March Easter Monday (Andre påskedag)
1 May Labour Day (Første mai)
8 May Ascension of Jesus (Kristi himmelfartsdag)
16 May Whit Monday (Andre pinsedag)
17 May Constitution Day (Syttende mai, Grunnlovsdagen)
25 December Christmas (Første juledag)
26 December Boxing Day (Andre juledag)
2021
1 January New Year's Day (Nyttårsdag)
13 April Maundy Thursday (Skjærtorsdag)
14 April Good Friday (Langfredag)
16 April Easter (Påskedag)
17 April Easter Monday (Andre påskedag)
1 May Labour Day (Første mai)
17 May Constitution Day (Syttende mai, Grunnlovsdagen)
28 May Ascension of Jesus (Kristi himmelfartsdag)
5 June Whit Monday (Andre pinsedag)
25 December Christmas (Første juledag)
26 December Boxing Day (Andre juledag)