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Things to do in Oslo

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  • Norwegian Folk museum

    Experience Norway’s exiting history from the early 1500s to the modern day. Daily exhibits in the exhibit hall or in in the open-air museum. PS. did you know that the folk museum is the world’s oldest open air museum? The open-air museum features exhibits from different regions and different eras in history. It consists of more than 150 buildings, most on them open to the public. The folk museum is easy to reach by bus to Bygdøy from the city center.

  • Viking Ship Museum

    Viking Ship Museum Oslo

    In the Vikingskipshuset you will find archaeological Viking ship finds from the Gokstad, Oseberg and Tune. Don't miss the opportunity to see the three best-preserved Viking ships in the world! The Viking ship museum in Oslo shows several Viking discoveries such as horse carts, beds, household utensils and grave attachments. 

  • Holmenkollen - Experience ski jumping

    This is one of Norway´s most visited tourist attractions. The famous ski jumping hill has a panoramic view from the top of its tower. You can also zipline down the hill and experience the thrills of being a ski jumper. PS. the tower is only open to the public during the ski off-season.
  • Shopping

    Oslo offers you a shopping experience in all price ranges. From exclusive brands to great bargains. Why not venture out to Grünerløkka or Bogstadveien where you can find that one of a kind item. Are you looking for something traditional? You will find most of the craft stores with knit sweaters souvenirs etc. near Aker Brygge and the city hall.

  • Vigelands parken

    See the works of Gustav Vigeland in the unique sculpture park. The park boasts over 150 sculptures including the famous "angry boy" and the monolith. The park is also a popular place for the locals to hang out. Entrance to the park is free.

  • The Norwegian national opera and ballet

    Experience breath taking performances in the home of the national opera and ballet in Norway. The opera house is famous for its unique architecture that makes the building look as if it were rising out from the Oslo Fjord. The marble building is also build on an angle so you can walk on the roof. The opera house is situated right next to the central train station.