Sample a trio of Oslo's most noted attractions on a scenic guided tour. Explore the Viking Museum and marvel at the three longboats unearthed near Oslofjord. View Gustav Vigeland's magnificent statue park on a narrated walk and enjoy a photo opportunity at the cradle of Olympic ski jumping at Holmenkollen.
Discover Oslo’s illustrious history and rich culture while on a guided tour of its renowned Viking Ship Museum, sculpture park and Olympic ski jumping hill. View the world’s two best-preserved 9th-century wooden Viking ships and other artifacts collected from the Oslofjord during your museum visit. Join a knowledgeable guide on foot through Frogner Park to see Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland’s statue installation. Behold the mammoth Holmenkollbakken ski jump, host of the 1952 winter Olympic Games.
• Viking Ship Museum: Peruse historical artifacts collected from the Oslofjord and view the world’s two best-preserved 9th-century wooden Viking ships.
• Narrated Walk: Join an informative guide for a stroll through Frogner Park and past Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland’s statue installation.
• Holmenkollen: Snap photos of the area’s mammoth ski jumping hill, which hosted the 1952 winter Olympic Games.
What to Bring:
• SeaPass card and photo identification
• Cash/credit cards
• Sun protection
What to Wear:
• Hat and sunglasses
• Walking shoes