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Visit Oslo Pass
"The Oslo Pass gives you free entry to 36 museums and attractions free travel on all public transport within zone two free parking in all Oslo municipal car parks free entry to indoor and outdoor swimming pools free Mini Cruise Hop on – Hop off (only incl. in 72h pass for adults and children) free guided walks discounts on sightseeing
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Visit Oslo Pass
"The Oslo Pass gives you free entry to 36 museums and attractions free travel on all public transport within zone two free parking in all Oslo municipal car parks free entry to indoor and outdoor swimming pools free Mini Cruise Hop on – Hop off (only incl. in 72h pass for adults and children) free guided walks discounts on sightseeing
From NOK335.00
 
Panoramic Oslo City Sightseeing Tour
"Meet your guide at Oslo City Hall and then hop aboard your luxury coach for your city tour. Your first stop is at Vigeland Park to walk around the world-renowned collection of sculptures by beloved Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland. Boasting more than 200 bronze and granite sculptures the park is one of Norway’s top attractions and regularly draws visitors from around the world. Look out for the 46-foot (14-meter) Monolith sculpture as well as Sinataggen a model of an angry London boy.Continue to the famous Holmenkollen Ski Jump used during the 1952 Winter Olympics
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City Hall

Oslo's enormous City Hall (Rådhuset) is undoubtedly one of the city's great landmarks. This imposing square building, built of concrete faced with brick, was designed by Arnstein Arneberg and Magnus...
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Akershus Fortress

The Akershus Fortress looms over the Oslo waterfront, once a menacing and imposing structure, and now as a beautiful medieval castle and reminder of Oslo's long and fascinating history . The fortress...
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Vigelandsparken

Vigelandsparken is a beautiful park filled with 212 sculptures by renowned Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland. It's the largest park in Oslo, and even if you're not interested in art it's a...
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Karl Johansgate

This is the main street in Oslo, connecting the Central Oslo Station (famous as Oslo S) and The Royal Palace. Except the shops and the nice architechture buildings, the street includes many of Oslo's...
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Holmenkollen

Inside the ski jump is the Holmenkollen Ski Museum, the oldest of its kind in the world. The museum presents over 4,000 years of skiing history, Norwegian polar exploration artifacts and an exhibition...
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Vikingship Museum - Viking Skip Museum

The Vikingskipshuset features three of the most well-preserved viking ships in the world; The Oseberg Ship, The Gokstad Ship, and the Tune Ship are considered to be among Norway's greatest cultural...
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Royal Palace

Located high up on the northwest end of Karl Johansgate, the Norwegian Royal Palace, built in 1825, dominates the cityscape. Although the impressive 173-room building is not open to the public,...
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Norwegian Folk Museum

One of Europe's largest open-air museums, with 155 traditional houses from all parts of Norway and a stave church from the year 1200. The indoor exhibits show traditional handicraft items, folk...
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Aker Brygge

Aker Brygge is a nice waterfront area with some amazing views of the Oslo fjord, the Akerhuis Fortress, Oslo Opera House and Oslo City Hall. Walk along the busy promenade all the way from the fortress...
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Kon Tiki Museum

The Kon-Tikii Musset is opened during the summer from 9:30 until 6:00. We saw vessels, maps from the expedition, and a large library. The museum was built to house the 1947 Kon-Tiki raft made from ...
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National Gallery

Oslo's National Gallery is an art museum containing a collection of European art including works by famous artists, such as Edvard Munch, Cézanne, van Gogh, Monet, and many others. It is housed in an...
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Munch Museum

Dedicated to the life and work of Norway's greatest painter, Edvard Munch (1863-1944), the Munch Museum contains a vast collection of paintings, graphic art, drawings, watercolors and sculptures from...
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Fjord

We came to Oslo on a cruise ship and had the opportunity to leave through the fjord when evening was falling. It was magical. Small seaside towns dot the landscape. Sailing boats were out. Ferries ply...
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Nationaltheatret

Inaugurated in 1899, the Oslo National Theatre (Nationaltheatret in Norwegian) was designed by the local architect Henrik Bull in a mix of Neoclassical and Baroque styles using brick and stone. The...
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