What to do in Oslo
Here are eight tips for your holiday in Oslo, whether you're into exciting history, action–packed theme parks, impressive museums or scary reptiles.
Norway's exciting capital offers a wealth of fantastic experiences for the whole family – from fun for the kids at TusenFryd theme park and Reptilparken, to fascinating history at The Viking Planet and Norsk Folkemuseum , to world–class art and culture at the MUNCH Museum and Opera House.
Things to do
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.
MUNCH Museum – Oslo's stunning new art landmark
The newly opened MUNCH museum houses a stunning collection of Edvard Munch's works across 13 floors.
Oslo Opera House – Fantastic experiences inside and out
At Oslo Operahus, you can experience amazing concerts, performances and other events – and the building offers stunning views over Oslo.
Norsk Folkemusem – One of the world's largest open–air museums
Visit the Norsk Folkemuseum – an impressive open–air museum in Oslo, where you can time–travel through 160 historic buildings.