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Det Kongelige Slott

Det Kongelige Slott

4.5/5257 Reviews
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)
Nobel Peace Center

Nobel Peace Center

4.3/5102 Reviews
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)
The National Theatre

The National Theatre

4.4/587 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Historical Architecture
Theatre
Munch Museum

Munch Museum

4.2/547 Reviews
Art Gallery
Normal opening hours: 10:00-16:00 daily, last Thursday, 10:00-21:00, June 18-September 25: 10:00-17:00, October 12 -Closed on the 14th, December 23rd - 26th, and December 31st. For more opening hours, please refer to the official website. (Local time)
Oslo City Hall

Oslo City Hall

4.5/5236 Reviews
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.
The National Gallery

The National Gallery

4.5/5134 Reviews
Art Gallery
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00-18:00; Thursday 10:00-19:00, Saturday and Sunday 11:00-17:00, closed on Monday. The opening hours of other exhibition halls can be found on the official website. (Local time)
The Norwegian National Gallery houses a large collection of famous European paintings such as Impressionism and Modernism, where you can see the works of Monet and Renoir. The museum displays Renoir's "Bathing", Cézanne's "Provence House" and Monet's "Spring on the Seine". In addition, there are Gauguin's "Water Meite Gauguin" and Van Gogh's self-portrait.
Bygdøy

Bygdøy

4.3/551 Reviews
Museum
Open all day (Local time)
The Bigue Peninsula is located on the west side of Oslo and is also known as the “Museum Island”. The island is home to several famous museums, including the Folklore Museum, the Viking Ship Museum, the Maritime Museum and the Fram Museum. In addition, the Norwegian royal family's summer residence is also located on the Bigue Peninsula, where there are beautiful beaches and forests. During the summer, many local residents take a boat to the island for a holiday.
Holmenkollen Ski Jump

Holmenkollen Ski Jump

4.2/551 Reviews
Skiing
The opening hours of the ski museum and ski jump are changed every month, from October to April: 10:00-16:00; May and September: 10:00-17:00; June, July And August: 9:00-20:00 (Local time)
Holmenkollen Ski Jump brings guests to Scandinavia for a thrilling experience and a touch of history as well. Found in Oslo, Norway, this jump has an impressive experience for skiers worldwide and a museum of skiing that is attractive to amateurs, professionals and enthusiasts. Have one look at the magnificent size of this jump and see why people provide high reviews. See photos of this ski jump, with tens of stories that dwarf nearby pedestrians, and you instantly desire more. The jump has an onsite museum of ski history showing centuries of progress. A phenomenal ski adventure and historical presentation about one of the world's most compelling winter sports awaits you.
Fram Museum

Fram Museum

4.1/551 Reviews
Museum
October 1st - April 30th, 10:00-16:00; May 1st - May 31st, September 1st - September 30th 10:00-17:00; June 1st August 31st, 9:00-18:00. (Local time)
The Fram Museum in Oslo is a place full of history and education that fills you with an incredible experience. The museum is devoted to educating the public on the exploits of the Fram, the well known polar ship. At this museum, you learn about the various adventures that the polar ship undertook throughout its life in the early 1900s. The best part about the museum is that the ship is actually housed inside the venue, meaning that you are able to climb aboard the ship and walk through its cabins and cargo holds in order to fully experience what life was like on board this vessel.
Oslo Opera House

Oslo Opera House

4.4/585 Reviews
Theatre
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