Norway House is located on 913 East Franklin Avenue. Dedicated to establishing, renewing, and advancing connections between contemporary Norway and the United States through education and partnerships centered around the arts, business, and culture, Norway House pays tribute to the city’s Scandinavian heritage. Much can be learned from Scandinavian countries that consistently rank among the top ten in the World Happiness Report, on factors such as trust, freedom, and social support. These are qualities that make overcoming adversities such as the pandemic much easier and help reduce inequality and marginalization–search for Copenhagen on the top right to see lessons for how the environment can support well-being.