Best Things to Do in Oslo
Oslo attractions are refined and laid-back. Enjoy a coffee and snack at one of the many cafés (travelers recommend Café Mono), take a stroll through the city center on a warm summer's evening, head north to go skiing in the winter or gaze at one of Edvard Munch's The Scream paintings in the Munch Museum (As soon as possible, before one is stolen again). Also be sure to check out the diverse and world-renowned music scene; the city has a wide variety of musical venues, from opera to jazz to rock.
Why go: With more than a million visitors annually, Vigeland Park is the most popular attraction in ... read more»
Why go: Established in 2003, the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design is actually a merger ... read more»
Why go: Sitting in the center of Oslo, the Akershus Castle and Fortress has been in continuous ... read more»
Why go: The Kon-Tiki Museum is dedicated to the exploits of the famous Norwegian adventurer, Thor Heyerdahl ... read more»
Why go: The Munch Museum is dedicated to the art of Norway's most famous painter, Edvard ... read more»
Why go: The Ibsen Museum is the last residence of the famous Norwegian playwright, Henrik Ibsen. He ... read more»