Excursions & Sight Tickets in Oslo

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A guide for first-time visitors to Oslo

Whether you're looking for a quick getaway or an extended vacation, there's something for everyone in the capital of Norway. The city is surrounded by green spaces and a fjord, making it a beautiful place to visit.

Vigeland Park

Located in the city of Oslo, Vigeland Park is a unique sculpture garden. Designed by Norwegian artist Gustav Vigeland, this park features more than 200 intricate sculptures depicting the human form and relationships. It also has the largest collection of roses in Norway.

The Vigeland Park is composed of five main areas. The first is the Monolith, which sits on a circular set of steps. This is the highest point of the park. The monolith was designed in 1924 and built over the course of fourteen years. It was protected by a wooden shed during construction.

The park was opened to the public in 1940. The statues here represent various stages in life, from birth to death. The park is open twenty four hours a day and is free to visit. It is one of the best-known tourist attractions in Oslo.

Another interesting attraction is the Wheel of Life, which stands on the edge of the park. Its central theme is the cycle of life.

The Main Gate is made from granite and consists of five large gates. It was built with the help of a Norwegian bank. The building is now a museum.

The Monolith was designed by Vigeland and the sculptors he worked with. It took a lot of work to create it. The monolith was originally planned to be a towering piece of art for the Oslo Central Station. Its construction started in the late 1920s and was completed in 1944.

There are also sculptures depicting women, children and men. The sculptures are made of granite and wrought iron.

The Vigeland Sculpture Park is one of the most visited places in Norway. It attracts up to 1 million visitors annually. It's also a popular picnic spot for local citizens. It's only a fifteen minute walk from the nearest tram station.


The Munch Museum

Located in Oslo's Gamle Oslo borough, the Munch Museum is one of the largest in the world dedicated to a single artist. It opened on Friday and features over 26,700 artifacts related to the famous Norwegian expressionist.

The museum is open daily from 9am to 5pm. It has 11 exhibition halls. Visitors can explore the artist's belongings and learn about his life. The collection includes many iconic works as well as lesser-known pieces.

Munch Museum's main purpose is to educate the public about the artist. It includes never-before-exhibited objects. There are also five thematic exhibitions, which introduce different aspects of Munch's art.

The museum's facade is made of translucent aluminium. It is designed to reflect the surrounding mountains. When the building is approached from the waterfront, it shimmers.

The new Munch Museum is five times bigger than the former museum. It's located on the south side of the Botanic Garden. It contains 11 galleries, which are connected by zigzagging escalators. It's closed on Mondays from September to May. It's free to enter.

It's also been called the 'World's largest single-artist museum'. The collection includes paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures, prints, and artifacts. The Munch Museum is a must-see for fans of fine art.

The Munch Museum is open longer in the spring and summer, but there are shorter hours in the fall and winter. There are a variety of events and activities on offer. There is a special children's area. There are also research facilities and conservation facilities. The Munch Museum is located near a number of other attractions including the Kon-Tiki Museum and Tusenfryd Theme Park.

There is a restaurant on the 13th floor. It offers views of the Operastranda and Oslo fjord. The building is also close to the Deichman library and the new National Museum in Radhusplassen.


Akershus Fortress

Located in Oslo, Norway, Akershus Fortress is a medieval castle. It was built in the late 13th century. The castle was constructed as a royal residence and to protect Oslo, the Norwegian capital. The castle survived several sieges by the Swedish kings.

Akershus Fortress is now a cultural and recreational center in Oslo. It's a popular venue for concerts, events and festivals. It's also home to the Armed Forces Museum and the Norwegian Resistance Museum.

The Armed Forces Museum covers Norwegian military history from the late Viking Age to World War II. Visitors can see a large collection of unique items. The museum also has a cafe. It has a section dedicated to the early Cold War and the beginning of World War II.

The Akershus Fortress is also home to two museums. The first is the Norway's Resistance Museum. The second is the Armed Forces Museum. The museum has collections of historical weapons, uniforms and equipment. It is also the site of the royal necropolis.

Akershus Fortress is also home to the Norwegian Ministry of Defence. The modern headquarters of the military are in the eastern part of the fort. There are also several military museums in the fort.

Akershus Fortress has survived numerous sieges, including a besiege by Scottish soldiers in 1502. King Haakon V of Norway had the castle constructed in order to protect the city of Oslo.

The fort is now a popular cultural center, housing several museums, a concert venue and an arena. There are daily public tours of the castle during the summer months.

Akershus Fortress is a popular venue for holiday celebrations. It is also home to the Akershus Royal Banquet Hall. The royal necropolis at the castle contains the graves of several members of the Norwegian Royalty.

City Hall

Designed by the architects Arnstein Arneberg and Magnus Poulsson, the Oslo City Hall is a municipal building located in the Pipervika district in downtown Oslo. The building was completed in 1950, and is the scene of the annual Nobel Peace Prize ceremony.

The building is a mix of medieval and modern forms. The architecture is influenced by Norwegian Functionalism. The facade of the building is made of brick. The interior artwork is composed of paintings and sculptures. The walls are decorated with works by Norwegian artists.

The main hall is the focal point of the building. It is 39 metres long and 31 metres wide. It has a marble floor and a marble staircase that leads to the first floor. It was decorated by Henrik Sorensen and Alf Rolfsen. The main room is used for meetings and events.

The building also has a carillon with 42 bells. It plays classical and pop music. It is situated in the eastern tower. The eastern tower is 66 meters high.

The building is also home to the Norwegian National Gallery. It displays works from 1930s to the 1950s. The artwork depicts the culture of Norway and the local area.

The building also features a carillon that chimes every hour, at the top of the hour. It is one of the largest in Norway.

The walls are also covered with damask wallpaper. The floor is made of Nordland marble. The ceiling is beamed. The statues in front of the building represent Norwegian labor. The building also features the city's coat of arms.

The entrance is surrounded by a bronze relief. This depicts a group of Norwegians dancing. There are also medallions on the columns that show a Viking ship.


Located on the waterfront of Oslo, Mathallen is a food hall that is a little bit of a hybrid. It combines an old industrial district with new, exciting buildings. It's one of the best things to do in Oslo for foodies.

Besides being a great place to grab some local food, it also serves as a fun and convenient meeting place for the locals. There are over thirty different stalls selling food from all over the world, including delis, restaurants, cafes, and specialty shops.

There is also a food hall, which is designed after majestic old European food halls. It's a good place to sample international cuisine and Norwegian delicacies, as well as pop-up shops and cooking demonstrations.

The building is filled with specialty shops and high-quality foods from local farmers. It's also a great place to see some of Norway's top chefs. The menu includes Spanish tapas, Italian pizza, Mexican tacos, and Norwegian potato dumplings.

The building also has over 30 bars and restaurants. You can enjoy a drink at the 50-metre bar Smelteverket, or try a cup of freshly baked pastries from the Cupcake and Pie Company.

It's also a good place to find souvenirs to take home. Many of the buildings are made of glass, which is an interesting contrast to the old heritage of Oslo. It's a nice area to walk around during the evening. It's a great place to see the sunset and has fire pits for scenic campfires.

The food hall is a good place to pick up fresh meats, cheeses, and other foods. It's also a great place for a quick lunch or dinner. It's a popular spot during the weekend.

Excursions and day trips from Oslo

Taking day trips from Oslo is a great way to explore Norway's beauty. Many of these excursions are located within a short drive of the city. You can choose between the fjords, forests, museums, and cities. There are plenty of places to visit, so you are sure to find something for your taste.

If you want to experience a bit of Norweigan history, you may want to visit Trondheim, a beautiful and scenic city. You can take a 2.5-hour walking tour, and you will have a chance to see the city's most popular attractions.

You will also be able to enjoy the sights of the city from the top of the Holmenkollen Ski Jump. This ski jump was built in 1892 and was reconstructed for the 1952 Olympics. This ski jump has an Olympic museum and offers amazing views of the city. You can also take a boat tour or go on a zip line.

If you are looking for some good museums, you can visit the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History. The museum features traditional Norwegian costumes, crafts, and traditions. It is also home to a stave church from the early 1200s.

You will be able to see lots of different types of sculptures at Ekeberg Park. It is a picturesque area, and it offers great views of the Oslo fjord. The park also includes a former Nautical College. The Petroglyphs at Ekeberg are a 5,000-year-old rock carving with thirteen figures. The area is also home to Diamond Beach.

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