Frognerparken and Vigelandsparken
Do you want to spend a nice day in nature and culture? Then head for Frognerparken and Vigelandsparken, where the beautiful gardens provide an atmospheric setting for the 200 sculptures in Vigelandspark.
Frognerparken is the largest park in central Oslo, and the area is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. There's plenty of space for jogging, walking, picnics, sunbathing – or whatever else you can think of to spend a relaxing day with friends and family. Many also love to stroll through the park's impressive gardens, which include Norway's largest rose collection with more than 14,000 plants in 150 different varieties.
Frognerparken is also home to the famous Vigelandspark. Here you can take an art walk among the more than 200 sculptures created by the artist Gustav Vigeland, who also designed and gave his name to the park. Vigelandsparken is one of Norway's most famous attractions. It is visited by over one million people a year and a visit here is almost a cornucopia of impressions from flowers, buildings and works of art.
Read more and see opening hours on the Vigeland Museum website.