More attractions in Oslo
Oslo offers more interesting attractions, such as the amazing Vigeland Sculpture Park – exhibiting art works by the Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland.
The tiny “Angry Boy” is the most known of the sculptures in the park, although it is one of the tiniest.
The Viking Ship Museum (closed for renovation until 2025/2026), the Fram Polar Ship Museum & the Kon-Tiki Museum are located on the beautiful Bygdøy peninsula, offering scenic waterfront trails.
The museums & the peninsula is easily accessible by public boat service during the summer season, and public bus the rest of the year.
The Holmenkollen ski jump with a marvellous view of Oslo, the tiny Ski Museum & the picturesque, wooden Holmenkollen Chapel.
You can visit the main attractions of Oslo on a scheduled sightseeing trip.