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Holmenkollen Ski Museum & Tower

Inside the ski jump is the impressive Holmenkollen Ski Museum which is home to over 4,000 years of skiing history, Norwegian polar exploration artifacts and an exhibition on snowboarding and modern skiing. 

Open 365 days a year this is the place to visit rain or shine.

Vigeland Sculpture Park

The unique sculpture park is one of Norway's most popular attractions. With more than 200 sculpture's it is the lifework of the sculptor Gustav Vigeland who was also responsible for the design and architecture of the park.

The Viking Ship Museum

Want to touch History? The Viking Ship museum displays the world's oldest two best-preserved wooden Viking ships that were built in the 9th Century. You will also find small boats, sledges, tools, harness, textiles and many more Viking artefacts here.

National Gallery

Housing Norway's largest collection of paintings, drawings and sculptures the National Gallery is a must do whilst you're in Oslo. Boasting attractions including Edvard Munch's The ScreamMadonna and paintings by Cézanne and Manet. 

TusenFryd Amusement Park

If you're a bit of a thrill seeker and looking to unleash your 'inner child' then Norway's largest amusement park is the place for you. With over 30 attractions and features that attract all ages it's a great place to bring the family.

Discounted Tickets are available

Natural History Museum

Not only a Museum of Natural History, but a Zoological Museum which also houses both the Botanical Gardens and greenhouses.

Go to the Visit Oslo website to find out more 

The Norwegian National Opera & Ballet

The opera house not only offers a rich varied programme, it is also a fabulous piece of architecture itself. Designed by Norwegian architecture firm Snøhetta which has received several prestigious rewards. 

Visit Oslo has some great discounts available.

The Munch Museum

The Munch Museum's collection was left to the city of Oslo by a pioneer in expressionism, Edvard Munch.
The museum is able to present the variety in his production by constantly changing the exhibition.

Akershus Fortress

The Akershus Fortress was completed in the 1300s and is strategically located at the very end of the headland enabling it to withstand many sieges throughout history.
It is located in the heart of Oslo's city centre and provides a great way to learn more of the city's history through its guided tours. 

Nordmarka Forest

Nordmarka is situated just 20 minutes outside of the city centre and is the perfect location to engage in some recreational activities. 
Skiing, kayaking, ice skating and island hoping are all posibilities


Known as a 'borough of art' Tjuvholmen is a relatively new addition to Oslo's boroughs. Some twenty architechts collaborated to create this visually stimulating area of Oslo. You can find the Astrup Fearnley Museum located at the point where Tjuvholmen meets the fjord

Mathallen Food Hall

Mathallen is Oslo's impressive indoor food market. It houses over 30 speciality shops offering high quality produce from small-scale Norwegian producers to special foreign imports. If you're a real 'foodie' this is definitely one not to be missed.


If you're a 'shopaholic' and after a unique Norwegian purchase then Grünerløkka is the place for you. Nestled behind the industrial buildings you'll find unique design shops, vintage and second hand stores. You'll also find numerous cafés, restaurants and bars to enjoy a coffee or something a little stronger if all that shopping has taken its toll.