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44 Best Oslo Attractions Every Tourist Must See

44 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. 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

3. 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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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,
  • 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

5. 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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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. 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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9. 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

10. 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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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. 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

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. 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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15. 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

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