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Oslo City Highlights Walking Tour
"Your tour will begin with an introduction to the new building of the Opera Theatre. You will have the opportunity to climb its roof and enjoy panoramic views of Oslo and the fjord. You will stop by the central railway station and the square nearb and you can find discos night clubs bars jazz clubs and cafés in between all the stores boutiques and hotels and get all the necessary information about dining and shopping from your guide.Going along the street you will see the main church of Oslo
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Oslo City Highlights Walking Tour
"Your tour will begin with an introduction to the new building of the Opera Theatre. You will have the opportunity to climb its roof and enjoy panoramic views of Oslo and the fjord. You will stop by the central railway station and the square nearb and you can find discos night clubs bars jazz clubs and cafés in between all the stores boutiques and hotels and get all the necessary information about dining and shopping from your guide.Going along the street you will see the main church of Oslo
From NOK1,050.00
 
Oslo City Highlights Walking Tour
"Your tour will begin with an introduction to the new building of the Opera Theatre. You will have the opportunity to climb its roof and enjoy panoramic views of Oslo and the fjord. You will stop by the central railway station and the square nearb and you can find discos night clubs bars jazz clubs and cafés in between all the stores boutiques and hotels and get all the necessary information about dining and shopping from your guide.Going along the street you will see the main church of Oslo
From NOK1,050.00

Vikingship Museum - Viking Skip Museum Tips (68)

Norwegian Cultural Treasures

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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ainsleigh
Aug 07, 2016

Viking Ship Museum

Oslo is easy to walk around. In the summer take a ferry from the quay to the island where there are 3 museums K50, but over 67 y o it is K30 return. It is about 1km up to the Viking Boat Museum, whole...
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TheAndos
Aug 17, 2014

Museum of Viking History

When I booked the tour for Oslo, I had thought that we might get to the Kon Tiki museum the Vasa Museum or the Vigeland museum. But instead, we stopped at the Viking Museum. Here we saw three huge old...
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grandmaR
Feb 21, 2013

VIKING MUSEUM

The Viking Ship Museum is another Museum on Bygdøy. It is a little away from the other group, so we caught the Bus to here.As the name says, this Museum has displays of large Viking ships. Gee, these...
balhannah
Aug 30, 2012

The Vikingship museum and other artefacts.

There are 3 original Viking ships at the Viking museum, the Gokstad Ship, the Oseberg Ship and the Tune Ship. The Gokstad Ship and the Oseberg Ship are very well preserved ships, unbelievably so, I...
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Regina1965
Jun 14, 2012

The Oseberg Ship.

The Oseberg ship was built ca 820. Here the "Oseberg Queen" was buried at ca 834. There were 2 women buried in the Oseberg Ship, a rich and powerful woman and her maid servant, found lying together in...
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Regina1965
Jun 14, 2012

The Gokstad Ship.

The Gokstad ship was built in ca 890 and in it a Chieftain was buried in ca 900. He was in his fourties when he died.The Viking ship is 23 metres long and 5 metres wide.At the Historical Museum in...
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Regina1965
Jun 14, 2012

Long Boats used for Funerals

There may be only three long boats in this museum, but two are in wonderful condition and extremely graceful. Thus they make great photographic subjects. Note that one of the three is in a fragile...
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fred98115
Jun 21, 2011

Vikingskiphuset

Vikingskiphuset (the Viking Ship Museum) in Oslo is part of the Museum of Cultural Heritage of the University of Oslo. You can find 3 original 9th century Viking dragonboats there: the ships of Tune,...
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Elena77
Apr 04, 2011

Viking ships, ahoy!

The Vikin ship museum is a must-see for anybody even slightly interested in history. The museum displays three ships and founds from a viking chief's grave. Vikings used burial ships, which took the...
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tpk2
Apr 04, 2011

Old sailors

The first museum we opted for was the Vikingship musuem. There were so much museums to choose from and only so much time :-( Immediatly when you enter this museum you can see the huge vikingship which...
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Igraine
Apr 04, 2011

The Viking Ship Museum

contains three 9th-century Viking ships that were excavated from ritual burial mounds in the south of Norway. They are in excellent condition due to the clay in which they were embalmed. Viking ships...
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Umea6
Apr 04, 2011
 
 
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Things to Do Near Vikingship Museum - Viking Skip Museum

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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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Oscarshall

Oscarshall was buildt in the 1850's for King Oscar. The castle belongs to the state now after it was sold by the royal family. It is still at disposal for the royal family and how much they use it...
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Kon Tiki Museum

Kon Tiki museum is one of the trio (with Fram and the Viking ships museums) settled on the Bydgoy peninsula facing downtown Oslo. Unlike the other two, this particular locale brings rather mixed...
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Fram Museum

There are three museums on the Bygdøy peninsula which you can reach by ferry in summer - K50 round trip. The first stop is for the Viking Ship Museum and Folk Museum, then you can walk to the...
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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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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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