Although Norway has had an open data policy for seismological data for a long time, access to a good portion of the data required the use of nonstandard tools. This changed with the establishment of a dedicated European Integrated Data Archive (EIDA) node that is operated jointly by the UiB (University of Bergen)‐NORSAR. This now gives access to 139 stations and currently 12.1 Tb of data. The archive continues to grow with new data from permanent stations that are added in near‐real time, the backfilling of archives from permanent networks and providing access to temporary deployments. The software behind the EIDA node is SeisComP, and access to data and metadata is through standard International Federation of Digital Seismograph Networks (FDSN) and EIDA webservices. Quality metrics are computed through the EIDA WFcatalog tools and in addition Modular Utility for STAtistical kNowledge Gathering metrics are computed with Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology System for Portable Assessment of Quality. The added value from the new UiB‐NORSAR EIDA node is that it integrates data from high‐quality single and array stations from the Norwegian intraplate region into the common European system.