Things to do in Oslo
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Things to do in Oslo
Viking & beaches bike tour in Oslo
Cycle through a thousand years of Viking history followed by an idyllic stop along the same coastline the Vikings used to sail. This private 4-hour bicycle tour in Oslo takes you to the stunning...
Oslo City Highlights - Guided Cycling Tour
Cycle the flat city center streets of Oslo exploring all the major highlights. Bike in a leisurely fashion past the castle of Akershus Festning, City Hall, Royal Palace, Oslo Fjord, and much more.
River & Waterfalls Bike Tour in Oslo
Discover an alternative Oslo, full of street art, hip cafes, surprising waterfalls, great food and award winning coffee. During this approximately 3-hour bike tour, you will ride the path along the...
The Viking Ship Museum
At the Viking Ship Museum you will find the world's best-conserved Viking ships, the Viking graves, as well as the exquisite carving of the objects found in them, and the mystical dragon heads.
Holmenkollen Ski Museum
The Holmenkollen Ski museum and Jump tower is one of Norway’s most visited tourist attractions. The ski museum opened in 1923 and is the oldest museum in the world specialized in skiing.
The Munch Museum
Experience the world’s largest Edvard Munch collection which contains masterpieces from all periods of his long artistic life. Enjoy guided tours, Edvard Munch products in the museum shop, and a...
The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design
The National Museum shows permanent exhibitions of works from its own collections and temporary exhibitions that incorporate works loaned from elsewhere.
The Nobel Peace Center
The Nobel Peace Center is the museum about the Nobel Peace Prize, and tells the story of Alfred Nobel, the Nobel Peace Prize and the Peace Prize laureates.
The Kon-Tiki Museum
Thor Heyerdahl (1914-2002) gained worldwide fame when he crossed the Pacific Ocean on Kon-Tiki in 1947. At the Kon-Tiki Museum you can experience original vessels and up-to-date exhibits on...
Vigeland park in Oslo
Vigelandsparken Sculpture Park is the largest sculpture park in the world created by a single sculptor. The sculpture park is a part of the Frognerparken park, which is located 3 km north-west of Oslo...