The Norwegian capital is located on the south coast of the country and is known for its green spaces and museums, and it also includes many landmarks worth visiting. Visiting Oslo for the first time may leave you with a lot of options to do and you may not find time for all of that, so today we will choose the best tourist attractions in Oslo to visit during your trip to this distinguished city.
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The Norwegian National Opera & Ballet
The Oslo Opera House is famous for its location near the harbor and its outward appearance of glass reflected on the water. Many visitors climb onto the roof of the opera and enjoy the panoramic views of the city. The Opera and Ballet House offers rich performances on its three theaters around the world.
Ski Museum and Holmenkollen Tower
There is no doubt that Norway is one of the most important skiing countries in the world and has world champions in this field, so it is no wonder that Oslo has become a specialized museum in this context. The museum reviews more than 4000 years of skiing history with all the polar explorations made by Norway and many exhibitions on snowboarding, modern skiing and more … The watchtower in the museum tower provides wonderful views of Oslo and there is a gift shop and a café. The museum opens 365 days a year!
Norwegian Museum of Science & Technology
This museum is considered a paradise for people interested in the world of technology, industry, science and medicine of all ages. The museum includes more than 100 attractions, in addition to the presence of 25 temporary and permanent exhibitions and interactive program in certain periods. Among the most famous of the museum is a digital player called Teknoteket, which allows its pioneers to build wonderful designs and interactive innovations … The Science Center is poor for playing and entertainment, while the National Museum of Medicine provides a historical overview of the history of medicine in an interactive manner.
The Norwegian Museum of Cultural History Norsk Folkmueum
One of the largest and oldest open museums in the world, with 155 traditional houses from all over Norway. The museum also includes exhibitions displaying traditional products, folkloric clothing, and historical items that were used throughout the country’s cultures. The museum also hosts special shows throughout the year that will surely impress visitors.
A unique place to discover the history of Norway, as the castle and castle began their construction in 1299. You can organize a tour of the castle and tour its sights and learn about its secrets and history. The castle is also a popular place to organize big events such as art, theater and public celebrations.
TusenFryd Amusement Park
Norway’s largest theme park with dozens of games, shops and places to eat. The park includes attractions that suit all businesses. In summer, a large pool and many summer activities can be enjoyed.
From the port of Oslo
Norwegian National Opera and Ballet at night
View from Akershus Castle
From Tusnfried theme park and theme park
From the Ski Museum and Holmenkollen Tower.
From Akershus Castle
From the Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology
From the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History
Entrance to the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History
Norwegian National Opera and Ballet
Ski Museum and Holmenkollen Tower
Inside the Ski Museum and Holmenkollen Tower
Inside the Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology
Tour of the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History
The Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology
The Norwegian Museum of Cultural History
Tusnfried theme park and amusement park