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Oslo Attractions

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1. Oslo Opera House

  • The Oslo Opera House hosts the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet and it stands out as this Scandinavian’s country landmark. Overlooking the Oslofjord,...

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2. Munch Museum

  • The Munch Museum is an art museum in Oslo, Norway, hosting the paintings, graphic art and sculptures of one of the pioneers of Expressionism, Edvard Munch....

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3. Frogner Park

    Frogner Park is a public park in Oslo, Norway. Its fame and admiration comes from the Vigeland Sculpture Arrangement – the world’s largest sculpture...

4. Oslo Winter Park

    Oslo Winterpark is the largest ski resort located in Oslo. The attraction features 18 slopes and 11 lifts, special areas for children, cruising slopes,...

6. Kon-Tiki Museum

    The Kon-Tiki Museum hosts the world famous adventurer and scientist Thor Heyerdahl’s rafts as well as other artifacts that witnessed his extraordinary...

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7. Norwegian Folk Museum

    The Norwegian Folk Museum is an open-air museum of cultural history that offers its visitors an authentic travel in time to see how the Norwegian people...

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8. Vigeland Museum

    The Vigeland Museum houses a large part of the sculptures as well as the other artistic expressions of Gustav Vigeland. A great number of his sculptures...

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9. Viking Ship Museum

    The Viking Ship Museum is part of the Museum of Cultural History – an organization of the University of Oslo that owns the biggest collections of...

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10. Norwegian Telecom Museum

    The Norwegian Telecom Museum exhibits items that tell the history of telecommunications in Norway, from the Viking era to the invention of Internet. Located...

11. Intercultural Museum

    The Intercultural Museum in Oslo houses exhibitions depicting cultural diversity in the Norwegian society. Housed in a former police station, the museum...

12. Norwegian Film Museum

    The Norwegian Film Museum is located in the Film House together with the Norwegian Film Institute.  The museum offers an excursion through the history...

13. Oscarshall

    Oscarshall is the summer residence of the Royal Family of Norway on the Bygdøy Peninsula. Built in a neo-gothic style, the castle is an emblem of Norway’s...

14. Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art

    Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art displays art collections of American artists of the 1980s but also international contemporary artists. Its paintings,...

15. DogA

    DogA is the Norwegian Center for Design and Architecture hosting numerous exhibitions of architecture and design but also conferences, lectures and a design...

16. Akershus Fortress

    Akershus Fortress is a national symbol for Norway. A former prison, this medieval castle was built for the protection of the capital and has succeeded...

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17. Norwegian Scout Museum

    The Norwegian Scout Museum tells the history of scouting in Norway by displaying equipment, maps, photos and other memorabilia, from 1911 until today....

18. City Hall

    The Oslo City Hall is one of the landmarks of the Norwegian capital and the headquarters of the city council and city administration. Its interior walls...

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19. Norway Resistance Museum

    The Norway Resistance Museum in the Akershus Fortress displays artifacts of the 5 years of Nazi occupation during the World War II in Norway and the resistance...

20. Oslo Reptile Park

    The Oslo Reptile Park contains more than 100 species of reptiles in a two-level house. Located close the to the city center, the museum has a wide range...

21. Kunstnernes Hus

    Kunstnernes Hus is one of the most important art galleries for contemporary art in Oslo. With a tradition of over 80 years and ran by artists, the attraction...

22. Parliament

  • The majestic Parliament building in Oslo (also know as Stortinget) houses the Norwegian Parliament. Located on the main street, just opposite of the Royal...

23. The Pop Center

    The Pop Center is a museum and activity center for Norwegian music. Here you can learn about the history of Norwegian music from 1905 to 2005 through multimedia...

24. Oslo Cathedral

    Oslo Cathedral is the main church of The Church of Norway’s bisphoric. Consecrated in 1697, this edifice is Oslo’s third cathedral where several royal...

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25. Oslo Spektrum

    Oslo Spektrum is the arena where most of the events in Oslo happen – including large-scale concerts, conferences, family entertainment events, exhibitions...

26. Emanuel Vigeland Museum

    Considered to be ”one of Oslo’s best kept secrets”, the Emanuel Vigeland Museum is the artist’s greatest work, designed to be his mausoleum. The...

28. Norwegian Museum of Magic

    Probably one of the smallest museums in Norway, the Norwegian Museum of Magic compensates through its fascinating displays from the world of magic and...

29. Norwegian Football Museum

    The Norwegian Football Museum is one of the most exciting touristic places in Oslo. Its all-age multimedia exhibition tells the story of Norwegian football...

30. National Museum – Architecture

    The National Museum – Architecture exhibits drawings, photos, architectural sketches and models. The building that houses the museum is an architectural...

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