1. DogA

  • Free
  • 1 hour
  • +47 23 29 28 70
  • Norsk design- og arkitektursenter (DOGA), Hausmanns gate, Oslo, Norway
  • Mon, Fri 10am-5pm Wed, Thu 10am-8pm Sat, Sun 12pm-5pm

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

Norway Resistance Museum

2. Norway Resistance Museum

  • Adults NOK 50 Seniors/students/children NOK 25
  • 1 hour
  • + 47 23 09 31 38
  • Norway Resistance Museum, Oslo, Norway
  • Usually from 11am-5pm

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 activities. The 2 story building presents exhibits covering 48 themes of the Norwegian resistance such as fights, prisons, camps, and press. Read more…

Kunstnernes Hus

3. Kunstnernes Hus

  • Adults NOK 60, Seniors/students NOK 30
  • 1 hour
  • +47 22 85 34 10
  • Kunstnernes Hus, Wergelandsveien, Oslo, Norway
  • Tue, Wed 11am-4pm Thu, Fri 11am-6pm Sat, Sun 12am-6pm

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 is located just across the Royal Palace Park. The building in itself is artistically significant for being representative of Functionalism. Read more…

Oslo Cathedral

4. Oslo Cathedral

  • Free
  • Up to 1 hour
  • +47 23 62 90 10
  • Oslo Cathedral, Karl Johans gate, Oslo, Norway
  • 10am-4pm daily

Tickets & Tours

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 weddings and other public events took place. Read more…

Intercultural Museum

5. Intercultural Museum

  • Free
  • 1 hour
  • +47 22 05 28 30
  • Intercultural Museum (Interkulturelt museum IKM), Tøyenbekken, Oslo, Norway
  • Tue-Sun 11am-4pm

The Intercultural Museum in Oslo houses exhibitions depicting cultural diversity in the Norwegian society. Housed in a former police station, the museum displays items such as documents, paintings, photographs and videos presenting the immigration history and the Diaspora in Norway. Read more…

Norwegian Scout Museum

6. Norwegian Scout Museum

  • Free
  • 1 hour
  • 22 42 29 85
  • Norwegian Scout Museum, Storgata, Oslo, Norway
  • Tue 10am-3pm

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

Oslo Winter Park

7. Oslo Winter Park

  • Day pass weekend NOK 305-375 Day pass weekday NOK 250-310
  • Whole day
  • 40 46 27 00
  • Oslo Vinterpark, Tryvannsveien, Oslo, Norway
  • Dec-April: Mon-Fri 10am-10pm Sat, Sun 10am-5pm

Oslo Winterpark is the largest ski resort located in Oslo. The attraction features 18 slopes and 11 lifts, special areas for children, cruising slopes, a terrain park with 5 slopes and a chairlift, the first Olympic Superpipe and a halfpipe. During the warm season, the area adjusts to summer sports. Read more…

Norwegian Telecom Museum

8. Norwegian Telecom Museum

  • Adults NOK 100 Seniors/students NOK 50
  • 1 hour
  • 22 09 14 50
  • Norwegian Telecom Museum, Kjelsåsveien, Oslo, Norway
  • Tue-Fri 9am-4pm, Sat-Sun 11am-6pm daily

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

Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art

9. Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art

  • Adults NOK 100; Student NOK 60
  • 1 hour
  • +47 2293 6060
  • Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Strandpromenaden, Oslo, Norway
  • Tue, Wed, Fri 12am-5pm Thu 12am-7pm Sat, Sun 11am-5pm

Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art displays art collections of American artists of the 1980s but also international contemporary artists. Its paintings, sculptures and installations from Abstract Expressionism, Pop Art and other art currents are provocative and intriguing. Read more…