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72 Hours in Oslo, Norway

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Fram Museum

Bygdøynesveien 36, Oslo 0286 Norway

The Fram Museum is the home of the world’s strongest polar vessel. If you are interested in polar expedition history, don’t miss the Fram Museum. It’s the symbol of Norway’s significant participation in the heroic age of exploration. Noticeably, Fridtjof Nansen, Otto Sverdrup, and Roald Amundsen who took turns in exploring new areas in both the Arctic and Antarctic on this amazing ship.

Kon-Tiki Museet

Bygdøynesveien 36, Oslo 0286 Norway

This museum houses the real Kon-Tiki raft that sailed from Peru to Polynesia for 101 days in 1947. It’s amazing to even imagine this small balsa wood raft floating in the vast ocean and knowing that everyone survived.

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The Viking Ship Museum

Huk Aveny 35, Oslo 0287 Norway

This Viking Ship Museum features the discoveries of the Viking Age. It’s a great place to see the exceptional woodwork of the Vikings and the world’s best preserved Viking ship.

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Nobel Peace Center

Brynjulf Bulls Plass 1, Oslo 0250 Norway

Even though Alfred Nobel is Swedish and the annual Nobel Prize ceremony happens in Stockholm, Nobel Peace Prize is selected by Norwegian Nobel Committee appointed by the Parliament of Norway. The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded in Oslo City Hall each year.

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Oslo City Hall

Rådhuset, 0037 Oslo, Norway

The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded in Oslo City Hall each year. The art work in the building is amazing!

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Oslo Visitor Centre

1 Jernbanetorget, Oslo, Norway

Find the Oslo Visitor Center at the central train station. They are ready to help you with all the information!

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Bygdøy

8 Grimelundsveien, Oslo 0374 Norway
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National Gallery of Norway

Universitetsgata 13, 0164 Oslo, Norway

National Gallery of Norway is where you can see the famous "Scream" by Munch. In Munch Museum, there are other works by him but if you want to see the Scream you have to come to this gallery. There are also good selection of Norwegian paintings here.

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Thon Hotel Oslo Panorama

Radhusgaten 7b, Oslo 0151 , Norway

Thon Hotel Oslo Panorama is located near the central station - very convenient! The rooms are great and staff is very friendly. I enjoyed my stay here during the few days of layover.

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Vigeland Sculpture Park (Vigelandsparken)

Nobels gate 32, 0268 Oslo, Norway

One of the best attractions in Oslo, Vigeland Sculpture Park is quite a unique place. Big portion of the part was dedicated to the sculptor Gustav Vigeland featuring a number of his artwork. There's also a museum where you can learn more about his work.

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Nobels gate 32, Oslo, Norway
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Munch Museum

Tøyengata 53, 0578 Oslo, Norway

Many people head to Munch Museum to see the famous Scream but the National Gallery houses the painting. Edvard Munch has a unique position among Nordic painters and is considered a pioneer in expressionism. The Munch Museum’s collection consists of paintings, graphical prints, and drawings.

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Oslo Central Station

Jernbanetorget 1, Oslo, Norway
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Oslo Opera House (Den norske Opera & Ballett AS)

Kirsten Flagstads Plass 1, 0150 Oslo, Norge

Home to the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet, the Norwegian National Opera & Ballet, more commonly known as the Oslo Opera House, is one of the most noticeable landmarks of the city. The building is located at the head of the Oslofjord. Much of the building is covered with white granite and white Italian marble.

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The Royal Palace

Henrik Ibsens gate 1, Oslo, Norway
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Norwegian Maritime Museum (Norsk Sjøfartsmuseum)

Bygdøynesveien 37, Oslo 0286 Norway
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Akershus Fortress

Oslo, Norway

To discover Oslo’s history, head to Akershus Fortress. This medieval castle was completed in the 1300s and has withstood a number of sieges throughout the ages. It was converted into a Renaissance castle and royal residences between the 16-17th centuries.

Last updated at Apr 05, 2017