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Best things to do in Oslo

Art Museum
“The most famous artist from Norway where you can see the iconic paiting "Scream". ”
256 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“They have two buildings, one for their permanent exhibition, the other for changing exhibitions.”
191 locals recommend
Museum
“Incredible view into how the Vikings migrated and moved around the arctic waters. To understand most of the other history I would suggest starting here. ”
98 locals recommend
Sculpture Garden
“It’s the worlds biggest sculpture park made by only one artist. Stunning Sculptures and the big grass lawns a popular places for locals to bbq or hang in the summer. ”
138 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“A few of the most famous artworks of Munch are also displayed here. You can also see the National Romantic Period in Norway.”
114 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Perfect museum for a fan of Edvard Munch----The scream and all the famous paintings.”
76 locals recommend
History Museum
“Thor Heyerdahl is one of history’s most famous explorers. In 1947 he crossed the Pacific Ocean on the balsawood raft Kon-Tiki. This was his first expedition to be captured on film, and was later awarded Academy Award for best documentary in 1951. He later completed similar achievements with the reed boats Ra, Ra II and Tigris, through which he championed his deep involvement for both the environment and world peace. He was also responsible for important archeological excavations on the Galapagos Islands, Easter Island and in Túcume. The Kon-Tiki Museum exhibits objects from Heyerdahl’s world famous expeditions, the original Kon-Tiki raft, and the papyrus boat Ra II Bus 30 from Jernbanetorget (Oslo Central Station), Rådhuset (City Hall) and Solli plass every 10 min. Ferry from Rådhuskaien (City Hall Pier) from April to October every 20 min. Stop nr. 2 Bygdøynes, 200 meters away from the Kon-Tiki Museum. ”
63 locals recommend
Museum
“Would highly recommend island hopping on the local ferry to the islands just off shore where there are lovely houses to walk through and the ruins of a monastery. Ex boat out there and bus back.”
74 locals recommend
Stadium
“The famous Holmenkollen ski jump is a must-see for first time visitors to Norway. While your there, visit the ski museum and take the lift to the top for the best view in Oslo.”
70 locals recommend
History Museum
“What is it? An amazing museum in Bygdøy peninsula hosting the Fram ship. Norway has a close relationship to the Arctic, and Fram ship made it possible for Norwegian explorers to venture both to the extreme north and extreme south of the globe, making Norway one of the first nations to properly explore both these areas. Why go? The museum is definitely worth a visit if you want to find out more about Norway’s maritime history and what life was like on-board these hazardous explorations. Spend at least 3 hours in Bygdøy's highest rated museum, which is home to the world's strongest polar vessel, the Fram ship!”
50 locals recommend
Museum
“A fun museum for the whole family. With old planes, cars and trains and several other fun departments. The train leaves from Tøyen train station to Kjelsås. Door to door.”
62 locals recommend
Athletics & Sports
“City views spread from this futuristic landmark ski jump that has the world's oldest ski museum.”
41 locals recommend
Café
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“Cosy and busy bar you could order a nice burger and get a taste of beers you have never heard of! The staff mostly speak English and are very good at guiding you to find a beer that would fit your taste. Very chill place”
68 locals recommend
Museum
“Interesting temporary art exhibitions around the themes of human rights as well as a permanent collection on the Nobel Peace Prize (which is awarded in Oslo). ”
22 locals recommend
Museum
“Main museum with lots of interesting things to see. good for families - for everyone really. It is situated inside the Botanical Garden, which is also beautiful to visit.”
55 locals recommend
History Museum
“The most spectacular waterfall along the Akerselva river, located next to the small, red house called Hønse-Lovisas hus and the Beier Bridge at Grünerløkka.”
29 locals recommend