Time permitting, it's interesting to have a stroll in the folk village, but unfortunately when I go, it's winter, and it rains. It's dark in the afternoon more than 3 o'clock, and it's very rush to visit in the evening. There are all kinds of old wooden houses. Some of the roofs are covered with thick green grass. They look like houses in fairy tales. Along the street are small retail stalls, pay attention to a lot of cash or Norwegian credit cards. We stayed in Oslo for a week. Norwegian kroner didn't change a penny. We were embarrassed when we wanted to buy a hot dog in a folk village. Later, we bought a waffle cake and beef soup in a cabin. 155NOK consumption is not one of the most expensive countries(^^)
The open-air museum, which is very interesting, focuses on the Norwegian folk customs, embodies the traditional buildings and the way of life and production, and has wooden buildings. It is worth visiting and understanding. The scenery is beautiful and distinctive.
If you want to see where and how people live in Norway, this open-air museum boasts an impressive collection of well-preserved homes and buildings. There is a stunning 13th-century stave church as well as an apartment building where you can see the home of a first generation Pakistani family. On-site you'll find friendly staff that will share stories and history.
The tour offers a glimpse of Norway's traditional buildings in the agricultural country and the way farmers live. There are about 170 wooden buildings migrated from various parts of Norway. When migrating, it disintegrates in situ first, then transports to here, and then restores according to the expert's instructions according to the prototype.
You could spend days in here! So much to see and very knowledgeable "actors" in some of the buildings.
Norwegian Folklore Museum is estimated to have been set one or two hundred years ago. People who understand Norwegian folklore can see Norwegian culture. People who do not understand can enjoy this visual feast when they go. A beautiful museum is still worth visiting.