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The National Theatre

The National Theatre

4.4/587 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Historical Architecture
Theatre
Oslo City Hall

Oslo City Hall

4.5/5231 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.
Vigelandsparken

Vigelandsparken

4.5/5267 Reviews
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.
Akershus Fortress

Akershus Fortress

4.4/5144 Reviews
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.
Parliament Building

Parliament Building

4.1/510 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Architect Emil Victor Langlet sent in his plans in a contest for the building of a Parliament building in Oslo after a vacation to Italy. While his trip made him behind with his submission, the superior design that he put together was enough for him to win the competition and the Parliament Building was built in 1850. Today, the building contains 169 members of the Storting, the Norwegian Parliament, and is the main location for all Norwegian legislative work and debate. Visitors can experience a regular one hour long guided tour of the entire complex in both Norwegian and English.
Parliament of Norway Building

Parliament of Norway Building

4.4/577 Reviews
Historical Architecture
University of Oslo

University of Oslo

4.1/546 Reviews
School
The Vigeland Museum

The Vigeland Museum

4.3/516 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Exhibition Hall
Museum
Oestbanehallen

Oestbanehallen

5/51 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Historical Site
Norwegian Nobel Institute

Norwegian Nobel Institute

4.5/52 Reviews
School
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