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Easter in Oslo

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Easter in Oslo

Hi everyone,

Thank you for taking the time to read my post. Just wanted to know where I might find the opening hours of the main attractions in Oslo through the Easter weekend from Good Friday to Easter Monday. Will the museums be open through this period? Any advice for what to do while staying in Oslo during this period would be greatly appreciated.

Kind regards,

Ellie

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1. Re: Easter in Oslo

www.visitoslo.com/en

The opening hours are published on each museum's website normally.

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2. Re: Easter in Oslo

You need to check each and every attraction as opening hours vary. Here are two examples

http://tinyurl.com/o2zrb2o

norskfolkemuseum.no/en/…

Edited: 03 February 2014, 08:00
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3. Re: Easter in Oslo

Oslo is indeed very quiet during Eastern Holidays. The city will be more or less empty (!) and many of the restaurants will be closed. But if you are looking for a quiet holiday it can be very relaxing. Some restaurants will be open and if you are lucky you can enjoy the first serving beer outside. :-)

4. Re: Easter in Oslo

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