Enjoy entrance to Oslo's Kon-Tiki Museum, dedicated to the sea expeditions of Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl. The museum is home to Heyerdahl's balsa wood Kon-Tiki raft, which he used to sail from Peru to Polynesia in 1947, as well as numerous other exhibits. See artifacts relating to Heyerdahl's visits to Easter Island, marvel at the stunning craftsmanship of the RA—the first ship to sail under a United Nations flag—and learn about one of Norway's most legendary figures. Your attraction ticket includes a noon showing of the Oscar-winning Kon-Tiki documentary film.
Sightsee your way around the Norwegian capital with the Oslo Pass. Available with a range of validity periods, the city card is your ticket to get to know the city. Use it for free admissions to must-visit attractions like the Kon-Tiki Museum and Akershus Fortress, and make use of discounts at Tusenfryd theme park and Oslo Winter Park among other sites. Extra benefits include free public transport in select zones, discounted restaurant meals and more.
Discover the tranquil waters of Oslo Fjord on a sightseeing cruise. As you ride around the water, listen to commentary from an onboard guide to learn about Oslo and the nature and countryside that surrounds it. Cruises depart at several different times during the day.
Oslo is one of the best places in Norway to sample traditional cuisine, if you know where to look. Led by a local guide, this walking tour provides an insider’s perspective on the best spots to try Norwegian dishes, snacks, and drinks—plus an inside look at local sights, history, and culture.
Make the most of your time in Norway—and enjoy an unparalleled perspective on the surrounding region’s fjord scenery—on this private, customizable boat tour. Pick between half- and full-day tour options, and set off directly from your hotel or port in a private vehicle. Upon arrival at the departure point, climb aboard a rigid-hulled inflatable boat (RIB) and discover the fjords from the water’s edge. Comfortable and accessible for visitors young and old, this tour takes all the hassle out of discovering the region.
Choose your own adventure on a self-guided tour of Norway, from Oslo to Bergen. All transportation is included for your excursion through some of the country's most beautiful alpine scenery. Scenic rail journeys on the Flåm Railway and Bergen Railway, as well as a cruise through the Aurlandsfjord and Nærøyfjord.
Imagine yourself on a wintry maritime adventure with a visit to the Fram Museum of polar exploration. Board the original Fram vessel and tour its lounges, cabins, engine room, and cargo hold. Take an underground tunnel to the Gjøa building to see the first ship to travel the Northwest Passage. The onsite cinema shows an informative film on polar exploration every 15 minutes.
Experience Norway, and see its picture-perfect Scandinavian scenery on an all-day tour. This day trip takes you from Oslo all around Norway’s must-see sights, countryside, villages, valleys, and UNESCO-protected fjords, and back to Bergen or Oslo. With a relaxing train ride through Flåmsdalen, a boat cruise down the Aurlandsfjord and Nærøyfjord, and a bus ride through Nærøydalen, this tour gives you picturesque views of fields, mountains, and waterfalls.
Spend an evening aboard a wooden sailboat in Oslo, and sail around the waters of Oslo Fjord. A great way to see the waterfront sights as the sun goes down, this 3-hour boat cruise follows a route past Akershus Fortress, Oslo Opera House and more. Cruise around the pretty islets of the fjord, and enjoy a snack of shrimps as you go.
Enjoy a new perspective on Oslo’s impeccable scenery when you book a sightseeing cruise along the Oslofjord. Pick between morning and afternoon tour times, hop aboard the vessel, and take to the water. You’ll admire sights like the Oslo Opera House, the city’s waterfront, and nearby natural enclaves, and will learn stories behind the sights from the on-board commentary. During the winter months, the tour includes a stop at Bygdøy.
No other tour from Oslo comes remotely near this customer acclaimed day tour taking you from the Capital, over the mountains, and via the Fjords to the picturesque coastal city Bergen.
Also, while on this tour you are able to visit famous Flåmand the Flåmsbana Railway, or you can take a cruise on the Nærøyfjord that goes through the UNESCO site with staggering views along the route (additional ticket cost).
Unlike the jam-packed Oslo/Bergen train, there are no hordes of travelers in front of your lens and you can make stops on request at great scenarios all by yourself. This tour is hassle-free travel from hotel door to hotel door with the most spectacular scenarios along the way.
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Overlooking the Oslo Fjord, in an iconic building designed by Renzo Piano, the Astrup Fearnley Museet features an extensive collection of contemporary art. Museum curators blend the work of Norwegian artists with that of legendary figures like Jeff Koons, Damien Hirst, and Cindy Sherman. Visitors enjoy the gift shop and museum bar, Vingen, which serves drinks with a view of the fjord, beach, and sculpture park below.
Immerse yourself in the cultural and architectural majesty of Oslo on a leisurely 3-hour bike tour of the Norwegian capital. With a knowledgeable guide, cruise through the charming city streets and visit popular attractions like Aker Brygge shipyard, Akerhus Castle and the Royal Palace. Receive an insightful introduction to the city’s rich historical heritage and enjoy an intimate atmosphere on this small-group tour, limited to only 15 people.
Discover Oslo on foot during this small-group walking tour. As you visit landmarks like the Akershus Castle, the Norwegian Parliament, and the Opera House, your local guide shares information on Norway from the Vikings through present day. In addition to these major sights, your guide points out lesser-known backstreets and other hidden gems.
When your ship docks in Oslo's port, take a comprehensive tour of the city's highlights with this half-day shore excursion. Combine a walking tour with an express route on a sightseeing bus that allows you to take in landmarks such as the Viking Museum, the Vigeland Installation in Frogner Park, and others. Admission to all attractions and round-trip transportation from the port are included.
Tour the beautiful Oslo Fjord and discover Norwegian culture through its delicious food and drink. Walk the streets of Grønnland, taste local cured meats and craft beers, and enjoy a traditional Norwegian shrimp buffet as you cruise the Oslo Fjord. Learn about the history and culture of Oslo as you pass major landmarks.
E-scooters are all the rage. They are fun, ecological, and they save you time and energy so you can see more in a shorter amount of time. This E-scooter city tour is perfect for everyone who wants to get the most of Oslo's must-see attractions in a modern, fun way.
Be inspired by Oslo's rich history, green development and Norwegian culture with the best local guides and one of the most comprehensive tours available.
You'll be able to see highlights such as the Norwegian Opera and Ballet building, Bjørvika district, Akershus Fortress and the vivid Oslofjord areas, and the Royal Palace with its beautiful park full of marvellous statues. Other highlights include Our Saviour's Cemetery, the final resting place for famous Norwegians such as Edvard Munch and Henrik Ibsen, Oslo's sustainable laboratory, the Parliament building and Karl Johans street, which is Oslo's main boulevard.
Getting to know a new city isn’t just about seeing its sights but meeting its people. With this private custom Oslo tour, connect with a local for a real feel of the city they love. Share your interests with your friend-in-the-making before meeting for a walking tour that delivers a personalized and authentic take on the city: from pointers on restaurants to finding little-known sights and ways to get around.
Travel through the Oslo fjord's islands on foot during this half-day nature walk. Travel on local ferries and explore local villages, sea cliffs, historic sites, and forests on three different islands. Stop for a picnic on a hidden beach (bring your own lunch or purchase along the way); be sure to bring a swimsuit and towel.
Turn your journey from Oslo to Bergen into a scenic adventure on a private 1-way tour. The 12-hour transfer begins with pickup from your hotel and continues with spectacular views along the flatlands, over the mountains, between fjords, and past charming villages. Your private driver is happy to stop at any point for photo opportunities. You can also choose to take the Flamsbana Railway and Naeroyfjord Cruise, at an additional cost.
Get a local's perspective on Oslo's exciting food scene, and go off the beaten path, on this food tour. Hear from your guide about the gastronomic revolution taking place in the Nordic food scene as you walk from the city center to the trendy district of Grunerløkka. Along the way stop in at several different eateries and sample a handful of tastings of local-favorite dishes including seasonal meats, seafood delicacies, and a few drinks.
A visit to Norway is not complete without learning about the locals' infamous ancestors. Book your ticket in advance and learn about the Viking era at Oslo's Viking Planet, which demonstrates the impact the Vikings had on Norwegian and world culture via holograms, cinematic experiences, virtual reality, and more.
Get a closer look at some of Oslo’s most popular attractions on a private 3-hour walking tour. Follow your guide to Oslo City Call, Karl Johans Gate, the Norwegian National Opera & Ballet, and more. Set at a leisurely pace, you have ample opportunity to take photos and ask questions. Perfect for first time visitors, the tour also gives you the opportunity to get insider suggestions for the rest of your trip.
Enjoy an express tour of Oslo’s city center. Over the course of 2.5 hours, get a taste of Norwegian culture and visit major sights like Akerhus Fortress, City Hall, and the modern Opera House. Sample traditional brunost cheese before your visit ends. This efficient tour offers a perfect overview of beautiful Oslo.