Bygdøy

Highly recommended
The peninsula of Bygdøy reaches out into Oslo's fjord. It lies to the west of the capital and is home to six large museums, most of which are devoted to Norway's maritime activities. It is a residential area with a great many gardens to the north (home to the Oscar I Palace, built in the mid-19C in the English neo-Gothic style). It can be reached by car or by boat, from the dock in front of the town hall.

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Huk Aveny

Nearby tourist attractions

Museum of Viking Vessels
Museum of Viking Vessels
Like people of other civilisations, the
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Fram Museum
Fram Museum
There is a single ship in this museum:
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Norwegian Maritime Museum
Norwegian Maritime Museum
Opened in 1974, this modern museum is
120 minutes
Kon-Tiki Museum
Kon-Tiki Museum
Thor Heyerdahl (1914-2002) differed from
Museum of Norwegian Folklore
Museum of Norwegian Folklore
Set in parkland, this museum looks back
120 minutes
Oslo City Museum
Oslo City Museum
In a handsome wooden manor house with an
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