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Whether you're staying for a short time, long time or just a good time, there are plenty of places to explore and new experiences to be enjoyed in Oslo.
As you stroll through the city streets, you'll be rubbing shoulders with roughly 600,000 people.
In a classic tourist destination filled to the brim with things to see and do, Royal Palace and Oslo Opera House are the ones that visitors keep coming back for. You can't leave town without seeing the Munch Museum and the Viking Ship Museum either!
If you're travelling with the whole family, trips to Tusenfryd Amusement Park and the Norway Trade Fairs are guaranteed to put huge smiles on everyone's faces! If you're after even more excitement, HurlumHeiHuset and Hopp i Havet are a couple of other options.
Plunge into a world that's filled to the brim with aquatic life at Drobak Aquarium. Actually, on second thoughts, you might be better off on dry land. Some of these critters aren't to be meddled with!
Come face-to-face with the awesome world of animals and find out what it takes to care for some of its wildlife at the Oslo Reptile Park. It's an eye-opening day out for both kids and adults!
If figuring out quantities of hops and yeast is your kind of thing, then this destination most definitely has you covered. Test your skills on the latest drop as you learn about the brewing techniques they use at the Rignes Brewery. After that, when you're eager to experiment with another creation, head over to the Ringnes Olsenter.
See the splendour that's created when man and nature work together at the Oslo Botanic Garden. If you weren't already a committed gardener, one look at its colourful floral displays should be enough to convert you.
Get comfy with an interesting book, toss a ball around or just watch the clouds drift by at Gustav Vigeland Sculpture Park and Frogner Park. You can also kick back with your favourite magazine and watch the world pass by at the Palace Park and Langoyene.
It's a good idea to start your Oslo experience at Oslo Tourist Information. The friendly team can provide you with inspiration for things to see and do in the area.
Perhaps you're searching for a haven to hush the constant whir of your mind. If so, the tumbling waters of Waterfall at Molla could be exactly what you need.
Take in the splendid views as you observe intermittent ripples on the still water at Akerselva River.
You can't beat a day of fun at the seaside. You're spoilt for choice in this area, with Whale Beach and Hvervenbukta Beach two of the top places to put your feet in the water. Paradisbukta Beach and Ingierstrand Beach are also popular stops with many travellers.
You probably know about its best shopping centres and squares, but don't forget that Oslo has some impressive natural havens too. Hovedoya and Ekebergparken Sculpture Park are two names to keep in mind. Kalvoya Island and Ostensjovannet Nature Reserve are two more that are worth a visit.
Head to the National Gallery or the Kon Tiki Museum if the weather's looking less-than-perfect. Study the captivating displays or just relax in the peaceful settings. Need more? Also head to the Nobel Peace Center and the Fram Museum.
Set off on a voyage across the seven seas at the Norwegian Maritime Museum, a valuable repository of the region's maritime past.
Stimulate your curiosity at the Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology, where you'll experience the latest in science technology and innovation.
Deepen your knowledge on the natural world with some time at the Natural History Museum and the Botanical Museum. With so many weird and wonderful specimens crammed into the display shelves, you might not know where to begin! Our planet's creations are almost infinite, and you can dig up some more of them at the Norwegian Folk Museum and the University Museum of Cultural Heritage.
With a number of terrific art collections to mull over, you might need a little push in the right direction. We recommend grabbing a strong coffee and spending a few hours at the Vigeland Museum or the Henie Onstad Art Centre. More one-of-a-kind canvases and stunning sculptures can be found at the Museum For Contemporary Art and the International Museum of Childrens Art.
Calling all history fans! You can learn more about the vivid and varied past of this region at the Oslo City Museum and the Ullensaker Museum. The Lorenskog Bygdemuseum and the Museum of Cultural History are also worth a trip for a better understanding of the past.
Time spent understanding history is never wasted. Let the Aker Brygge and Oslo City Hall help you immerse yourself in this destination's past. Henrik Ibsen Museum and the Norwegian University of Life Sciences are two more worthwhile sights.
Aamot Bridge is a timeless landmark in Oslo. While some local residents might seem to take it for granted, most visitors leave impressed by this keepsake of of a different age.
Interested in military history? Visit Akershus Fortress and Oscarsborg Fortress Museum and find out about their roles as defensive structures as well as the fate of those who fought there. Blaker Fortress and Akershus Festning have also been the site of dramatic clashes throughout their time.
If you've ever had trouble keeping up with the Joneses, spare a thought for the poor neighbours of Oscarshall. The extraordinary architecture and lavish furnishings of this stately dwelling would be almost impossible to beat.
Surround yourself with both local history and faith at Oslo Cathedral and Haslum Church. Old Aker Church and Sagene Church are some other historically important holy places to look into.
They might not be on the front cover of the inflight magazine, but Son Marina and Leonardo Bridge are still well worth a peek. The Oslo Ladegard and the National Library also promise a pleasant day out.
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