10 Things to do in  Oslo


Explore well-preserved Viking ships and artifacts, offering a glimpse into Norway's rich history.

Viking Ship Museum


Visit this iconic ski museum, learn about Norwegian skiing heritage, and enjoy panoramic views of Oslo from the tower.

Holmenkollen Ski Museum and Tower


Wander through this expansive sculpture park featuring the works of Gustav Vigeland, including the famous Monolith and the Angry Boy.

The Vigeland Park


Take a guided tour or catch a performance at this stunning architectural marvel, offering views of the Oslo Fjord.

Oslo Opera House


Discover the history of Oslo at this medieval fortress, offering picturesque views of the harbor and cityscape.

Akershus Fortress


Step back in time and explore Norway's cultural heritage through exhibits, historic buildings, and folk costumes.

Norsk Folkemuseum (Norwegian Museum of Cultural History)


Admire the grandeur of the official residence of the Norwegian monarch, surrounded by beautiful gardens and parkland.

The Royal Palace


Relax and enjoy a scenic cruise along the Oslo Fjord, passing by picturesque islands, coastline, and landmarks.

Oslo Fjord Cruise


Immerse yourself in the works of renowned Norwegian artist Edvard Munch, including his iconic painting "The Scream."

Munch Museum


Explore contemporary art collections and temporary exhibitions at this avant-garde museum located on Tjuvholmen waterfront.

Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art


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