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Oslo Attractions

Most Popular Attractions in Oslo

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,
  • Free admission for visits
  • +47 21 42 21 21
  • Oslo Opera House, Kirsten Flagstads Plass, Oslo, Norway
  • 10am-6pm daily
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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.
  • NOK 95,- adults NOK 50,- students and seniors (+67)
  • 23 49 35 00
  • Tøyengata 53, 0578 Oslo, Norway
  • Mond, Wed-Sat 12am-6pm Sun. 11am-6pm Tue. closed
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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
  • free entry
  • Frogner Park, Kirkeveien, Oslo, Norway
  • Open 24 hours

4. 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
  • Adults NOK 80; Students/Seniors NOK 50
  • 23 08 67 67
  • Kon-Tiki Museum, Bygdøynesveien, Oslo, Norway
  • Nov-Feb: 10am-4pm, daily Mar-Apr, Sep-Oct: 10am-5pm, daily Jun-Aug: 9:30am-6pm, daily

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

6. Holmenkollen Ski Museum and Ski Jump Tower

    Holmenkollen Ski Jump & Ski Museum is perhaps the most beloved attraction of Oslo both by Norwegians and by the tourists. Holmenkollen is a veritable
  • Adult NOK 110; Children NOK 55
  • 0047 916 71 947
  • Holmenkollen Ski Museum, Kongeveien, Oslo, Norway
  • Generally 10am-4pm daily

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
  • Adults NOK 85; Students/Seniors NOK 60
  • (+47) 22 12 35 50
  • Norwegian Folk Museum, Museumsveien, Oslo, Norway
  • May 15 - Sep 14: Mon-Sun, 11am - 6pm. Sept 15-May 14: Mon-Sun, 11am - 4pm.

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8. 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
  • Adults NOK 100 Seniors/students NOK 50
  • 22 09 14 50
  • Norwegian Telecom Museum, Kjelsåsveien, Oslo, Norway
  • Tue-Fri 9am-4pm, Sat-Sun 11am-6pm daily

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
  • Adults - NOK 60 Children under 16 - NOK 30
  • +47 22851900
  • Viking Ship Museum, Huk Aveny, Oslo, Norway
  • 1 October - 30 April: 10am - 4pm 1 May - 30 September 9am - 6pm

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10. 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
  • Adults NOK 60; Seniors/students/children NOK 30
  • +47 23 49 37 00
  • The Vigeland Museum / Vigeland-museet, Nobels gate, Oslo, Norway
  • Sep-Apr: Tue-Sun 12pm-4m May-Aug: Tue-Sun 10am-5pm

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11. 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
  • Free
  • 0047 23 46 12 00
  • Oslo City Hall, Rådhusplassen, Oslo, Norway
  • 9am- 4pm daily

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12. 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
  • Adults NOK 65 Children (6-18yrs) NOK 25
  • 2309 3917/ 2309 3982
  • Akershus Fortress, Oslo, Norway
  • Depends on a season

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13. 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
  • Free for the Film Museum
  • + 47 22 47 45 00
  • Dronningens gate 16, 0152 Oslo, Norway
  • Mon 10:30am - 5pm Tue - Fri 10:30am - 9pm Sat 12am - 5pm Sun 1pm - 9pm

14. Intercultural Museum

    The Intercultural Museum in Oslo houses exhibitions depicting cultural diversity in the Norwegian society. Housed in a former police station, the museum
  • Free
  • +47 22 05 28 30
  • Intercultural Museum (Interkulturelt museum IKM), Tøyenbekken, Oslo, Norway
  • Tue-Sun 11am-4pm

15. International Museum of Children’s Art

    The International Museum of Children’s Art is the first museum in the world dedicated to art created by children. The paintings, sculptures, ceramics,
  • Adults NOK 60; Seniors/students/children NOK 40
  • 47.22468573
  • International Museum of Children's Art (Det Internasjonale Barnekunstmuseet), Lille Frøens vei, Oslo, Norway
  • Tue-Thu 9:30am-2pm; Sun 11am-4pm

16. 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
  • Adults NOK 100; Children NOK 85
  • +47 410 21 522
  • Oslo Reptilpark, Sankt Olavs Gate, Oslo, Norway
  • Apr 1st – Aug 31st: Mon - Sun 10am – 6pm Sep 1st – Mar 31st: Tue - Sun 10am – 6pm

17. 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
  • Adults NOK 70; Children NOK 40
  • 22 04 87 00
  • Oscarshall, Oscarshallveien, 0287 Oslo, Norway
  • May 25-Jun 18, Aug 12-Sep 8: Sat, Sun 11am-5pm Jun 19-Aug 11: Wed-Sun, 11am-5pm.

18. Oslo Spektrum

    Oslo Spektrum is the arena where most of the events in Oslo happen – including large-scale concerts, conferences, family entertainment events, exhibitions
  • You can check the prices for each event on Oslo Spektrum's website.
  • +47 22 05 29 00
  • Oslo Spektrum, Sonja Henies plass, Oslo, Norway
  • Mon - Fri 9 am - 5pm Mid June until mid August: Mon - Fri 9am - 4pm

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

20. 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.
  • Free
  • 22 42 29 85
  • Norwegian Scout Museum, Storgata, Oslo, Norway
  • Tue 10am-3pm

21. 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,
  • Adults NOK 100; Student NOK 60
  • +47 2293 6060
  • Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Strandpromenaden, Oslo, Norway
  • Tue, Wed, Fri 12am-5pm Thu 12am-7pm Sat, Sun 11am-5pm

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
  • Free
  • +47 23 31 35 96
  • Stortinget, Karl Johans gate, Oslo, Norway
  • Sat 10am, 1pm (Jan-Jul) Mon - Fri 10am, 1pm (Jul-Aug)
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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
  • Adults NOK 70; Seniors/students NOK 70
  • 22 46 80 20
  • Popsenteret, Trondheimsveien, Oslo, Norway
  • Tue-Fri: 10am-4pm Thu: 10am-7pm Sat, Sun: 11am-5pm

24. DogA

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

25. 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
  • Adults - NOK 40; Children under 12 - Free
  • +47 22 14 57 88
  • Emanuel Vigeland Museum, Grimelundsveien, Oslo, Norway
  • May 15 - Sep 15: Sun, 12pm-5pm Sep 14 - May14: Sun, 12pm-4pm

26. 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
  • Free
  • +47 23 62 90 10
  • Oslo Cathedral, Karl Johans gate, Oslo, Norway
  • 10am-4pm daily

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27. 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
  • Free
  • +479 263 69 86
  • Munkedamsveien 65B, 0270 Oslo, Norway
  • Sun, 1pm. - 4pm; magic show at 2pm

28. Fram Museum

    Located on the  Bygdøy Peninsula along with other important museums, the Fram Museum presents the Norwegian polar exploration through exhibits brought
  • Adults NOK 80; Students/Children NOK 30
  • 23 28 29 50
  • The Fram Museum, Bygdøynesveien, Oslo, Norway
  • Generally 10am-4pm daily

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29. National Museum – Architecture

    The National Museum – Architecture exhibits drawings, photos, architectural sketches and models. The building that houses the museum is an architectural
  • Adults NOK 50; Seniors/students NOK 30
  • +47 21 98 20 00
  • The National Museum - Architecture, Bankplassen, Oslo, Norway
  • Tue, Wed, Fri: 11am-5pm Thu: 11am-7pm Sat, Sun: 12am-5pm

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

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