Vigeland sculpture Park, Oslo
is located in the scenic Frogner Park. The sculpture park exhibits an amazing amount of art works by the Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland. The tiny sculpture “The angry boy” is the most known of the sculptures in the park, although it is one of the tiniest.
The Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland (1869 to 1943) donated more than 200 sculptures and art works to the city of Oslo, in exchange for a new house that was given to him, after a long dispute following the demolition of his former home. The artworks were placed in the beautiful Frogner park, a popular recreation area and a major tourist attraction.
How to get to the Vigeland Sculpture park:
The easiest way is by tram – take the #12 direction Majorstuen in front of the Oslo Central station (Oslo S), a 10-15 minutes drive, and get off at the Frogner park. This tram also stops by the Aker Brygge waterfront/pedestrian area