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Frogner Park incorporates the Vigeland Sculpture Park (and museum on the edge) and is (I think) the No 1 attraction in Oslo. The Park has beautiful avenues of trees and wide open spaces with great views of the city. The sculpture park within has some...More
Frogner Park, with its sculptures by Gustav Vigeland, is a must-see when visiting Oslo. The park itself is lovely and the sculptures are interesting and sometimes bizarre.
This was my one must-see on my first trip to Oslo and it didn’t disappoint.
Anyone at all...More
We stumbled through this park by chance. We visited in February and there was a Nordic skiing demonstration going on, here we were able to try cross country skiing which was great fun and free.
We then were drawn to the giant statue which reminded...More
One of the weirdest parks we’ve visited. The sculptures that line the bridges and altars of the historical manner are so thought provoking. It’s such a fun activity for young couples because there are so many talking points in the park. It’s in a good...More
Large park enjoyable for both children, adults and pokemon players. Be sure to read about Vigeland before/when checking out the statues. Walking south in the park along the water adds to the experience. Also nice cafe just south of the main bridge on entrance side.
If sculptures aren't your thing you may not see this as a priority location. That would be a mistake. Tremendous grounds, wonderful vistas and architectural context as well as one of the greatest sculpture parks I have visited in the World. See it spend some...More
We had the misfortune to both visit in the winter and get lost while trying to visit the park. Due to this we only saw the main obelisk, which was impressive and worth seeing even in the winter, and then took a wrong turn and...More
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The public transportation in Oslo is indeed very efficient - check the webpage for ruter.no. You can also upload to your mobile the Ruter app which finds you the routes based on your location once you are in Oslo