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Det Kongelige Slott

Det Kongelige Slott

4.5/5252 Reviews
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Palace
The Royal Palace is only open to the public every summer and is subject to a guided tour. Opening hours: Monday-Thursday 11:00-17:00, Friday 12:00-17:00, Saturday-Sunday 10:00-17:00, holiday opening hours can be found on the official website; the entire journey is about 1 hour Each group is about 20 minutes apart. English speaking tour group: 12:00, 14:00, 14:20, 16:00. (Local time)
The Royal Palace (Norwegian: Slottet or formally Det kongelige slott)
Oslo City Hall

Oslo City Hall

4.5/5243 Reviews
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City Hall
9:00-16:00, Thursday 9:00-14:00, Saturday and Sunday rest (Local time)
The Oslo City Hall is a brick-and-red building that was built in 1950 to celebrate the city of Oslo. It was completed by Norwegian artists with constant decoration and retouching. The halls of the city hall showcase the works of many artists, showing the history, culture and people's work and life in Norway. Every room here is special, with furnishings, figure murals, and sea views through the windows, giving visitors a sense of the history.
Vigelandsparken

Vigelandsparken

4.5/5277 Reviews
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Statue/Sculpture
Open all day (Local time)
Standing in the northwest corner of the capital Oslo, the Vigeland Park is where you can see open lawns, lush forests, and ponds. It is a great place for people to take a walk and have a picnic. On the sidewalks in the middle of the Vigeland Park, there are various life-size human statues, and Vigeland used human body statues to express a series of emotions.
Flam

Flam

4.6/578 Reviews
Town
Open all day (Local time)
The town of Flam is located in the heart of the Aurland Fjord, hidden in the embrace of three mountains, known as "the place close to God." The town is fresh and sunny, with beautiful fjord views, beautiful mountains, and a number of orchards and quaint rural buildings. It is the starting and ending point of the famous Flemish Alpine Railway and an important cruise port.
Akershus Fortress

Akershus Fortress

4.4/5137 Reviews
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Castle
Historical Architecture
October 1st - April 30th of the following year: Gate 7:00-21:00, Side Gate 7:00-18:00; May 1st - September 30th: Gate 6:00-21:00 Side Gate Monday - Friday 7:00-21:00, Saturday-Sunday 8:00-21:00; Castle Gate closed in winter. (Local time)
Built in 1299, Akershus Castle was built around the port due to strategic considerations at the time. The castle is surrounded by grassy parks and faces the azure coast, showing the stunning Nordic nature. Denmark-Norwegian King Christie IV once lived here, so there are several research-worthy rooms in the castle. The interior is gorgeous and retro, which reminds people of the unique historical charm of the Middle Ages.
The National Theatre

The National Theatre

4.4/588 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Historical Architecture
Theatre
Oslo Opera House

Oslo Opera House

4.4/591 Reviews
Theatre
Aurlandsfjord

Aurlandsfjord

4.5/561 Reviews
Boat Tour
Strait/Fjord
Open all day (Local time)
The Aurlandsfjord is located in the southern part of Sogn og Fjordane in Norway, where there are abundant water resources, and on both sides of the cliff are waterfalls with great sizes. In the village of Undredal below the Aurlandsfjord, there are not only white old wooden houses and waterwheels, but also a long-established wooden Undredal Stave Church. The air is fresh and the environment is elegant, which makes it a good place for a relaxing holiday.
Nobel Peace Center

Nobel Peace Center

4.3/590 Reviews
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Exhibition Hall
May 16-August 31: Monday-Sunday 10:00-18:00; September 1st-May 15th: Tuesday-Sunday 10:00-18:00. More free opening hours and closing hours are available on the official website. (Local time)
Alfred Nobel, the inventor of dynamite, wanted to gain recognition for something other than a weapon after a French newspaper denounced him in an erroneous obituary confusing him with his recently deceased brother Ludwig. After that, he founded the Nobel Peace Prize to honor those who made positive contributions in the direction of world peace. Located in the center of Oslo, the Nobel Peace Center features a number of exhibits that tell you and your family about war and peace, the history of the prize, the latest winners and Alfred Nobel himself. Your children can enjoy the interactive multimedia presentations, including the electronic wall newspaper.
Norwegian Maritime Museum (Norsk Sjøfartsmuseum)

Norwegian Maritime Museum (Norsk Sjøfartsmuseum)

4.1/515 Reviews
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Exhibition Hall
Island/Peninsula
Museum
September 1st - May 14th: Tuesday - Sunday 10:00-16:00; May 15th - August 31st: Monday - Sunday 10:00-17:00 (Local time)
This maritime museum is the pride of Oslo. The museum chronicles the history Norway has had with ships and the sea. Among the highlights, there is a section that focuses on shipwrecks and another that features a carved out tree trunk said to be the oldest living Norwegian boat.
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