About Oslo

Oslo, the capital of Norway, sits on the country’s southern coast at the head of the Oslofjord. It is known for its green spaces and museums. Many of these are on the Bygdøy Peninsula, including the waterside Norwegian Maritime Museum and the Viking Ship Museum, with Viking ships from the 9th century. The Holmenkollbakken is a ski-jumping hill with panoramic views of the fjord. It also has a ski museum. Oslo is also home to two adjacent museums housing the 19th-century polar exploration ship Fram and the Kon-Tiki, the log raft on which Thor Heyerdahl crossed the Pacific in 1947. The Norsk Folkemuseum has open-air exhibits of daily life and architecture from the 16th century onwards. Restaurants, galleries, and shops line the harborfront Aker Brygge district. The contemporary iceberg-like Oslo Opera House is home to national opera and ballet companies. The Vigelandsparken is an outdoor sculpture park with 20th-century works by Gustav Vigeland, while the Munch Museum’s works by the famed Norwegian painter include The Scream.
Vigeland Sculpture Park

Vigeland Sculpture Park is the largest sculpture park in the world by a single artist. It features more than 200 sculptures installation created by Gustav Vigeland between 1924 and 1943. The park consists of sculptures as well as larger structures such as bridges and fountains. The most famous sculptures of the park are The Angry Boy, The Monolith, and The Wheel of Life.
Viking Ship Museum

Viking Ship Museum is located on the Bygdøy peninsula in Oslo. It houses three Viking era burial ships that were found as part of archaeological finds from Tune, Gokstad, Oseberg, and the Borre mound cemetery. The museum is most famous for the completely whole Oseberg ship, excavated from the largest known ship burial in the world.
Akershus Fortress

Akershus Fortress or Akershus Castle is a medieval castle in the Norwegian capital Oslo that was built to protect and provide a royal residence for the city. The castle has also been used as a military base, a prison, and is currently the temporary office of the Prime minister of Norway. The castle's Royal Mausoleum is the final resting place of a number of Norwegian royal figures. This includes King Sigurd I, King Haakon V, Queen Eufemia, King Haakon VII, Queen Maud, King Olav V, and Crown Princess Märtha.
Frogner Park

Frogner Park is a public park located in the West End borough of Frogner in Oslo. The park is historically part of Frogner Manor, and the manor house is located in the south of the park and houses Oslo Museum. Both the park, the entire borough of Frogner as well as Frognerseteren derive their names from Frogner Manor.

Oslofjord is an inlet in the south-east of Norway, stretching from an imaginary line between the Torbjørnskjær and Færder lighthouses and down to Langesund in the south to Oslo in the north. Each of the islands in the innermost part of the fjord has its own identity and distinguishing history. Among them are Hovedøya, Lindøya, Nakholmen, Bleikøya, Gressholmen, and Langøyen.
Royal Palace

Royal Palace in Oslo was built in the first half of the 19th century as the Norwegian residence of the French-born King Charles III John of Norway, who reigned as king of Norway and Sweden. The palace is the official residence of the current Norwegian monarch while the Crown Prince resides at Skaugum in Asker west of Oslo. It is where the daily work of the monarchy is conducted and where the King and Queen live.
Fram Museum

Fram Museum is a museum telling the story of Norwegian polar exploration. It is located on the peninsula of Bygdøy in Oslo. Fram Museum is in an area with several other museums including the Kon-Tiki Museum, the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, the Viking Ship Museum, and the Norwegian Maritime Museum. It honors Norwegian polar exploration in general and three great Norwegian polar explorers in particular Fridtjof Nansen, Otto Sverdrup, and Roald Amundsen. The museum also exhibits images of the fauna of the polar regions, such as polar bears and penguins.
Nobel Peace Center

Nobel Peace Center in Oslo is a showcase for the Nobel Peace Prize and the ideals it represents. The Center is also an arena where culture and politics merge to promote involvement, debate, and reflection around topics such as war, peace, and conflict resolution. The Center presents the Nobel Peace Prize laureates and their work, in addition to telling the story of Alfred Nobel and the other Nobel prizes. This is done using multimedia and interactive technology, exhibitions, meetings, debates, theater, concerts, and conferences, as well as a broad educational program and regular guided tours.

Holmenkollbakken is a large ski jumping hill located at Holmenkollen in Oslo. The hill is part of Holmenkollen National Arena, which also consists of a combined cross-country skiing and biathlon stadium, the normal hill Midtstubakken. The hill is one of three normal and large hill national arenas for ski jumping and Nordic skiing and the most popular tourist attraction in Norway.
Oslo Cathedral

Oslo Cathedral is the main church for the Church of Norway Diocese of Oslo. The cathedral is used by the Norwegian Royal Family and the Norwegian Government for public events. The pulpit, altar piece, and organ front with acanthus carvings are all originals. The large ceiling murals were painted by Hugo Lous Mohr between 1936 and 1950, and the stained glass windows are by Emanuel Vigeland.
Best Time To Visit Oslo

The best time to visit Oslo is from May to August.

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