Greet your guide by the west side of the City Hall and climb aboard a luxurious coach destined for the city’s top sights. Listen to commentary and cruise past iconic sights like Frogner Park, home to an impressive collection of sculptures by Norweigan artist, Gustav Vigeland. Gaze at more than 200 granite and bronze statues before continuing to the world-renowned Holmenkollen Ski Jump for a photo stop, used in the 1952 Winter Olympics.
Travel onward to Bygdøy Peninsula, a rustic neighborhood home to some of Norway’s most popular attractions. Either visit the Fram Museum, home to the 19th-century wooden Fram vessel, or opt to explore the Kon-Tiki Museum, named after the raft used by the explorer, Thor Heyerdahl. The Kon-Tiki offers fascinating exhibits on Heyerdahl’s intrepid explorations. (The museums are close to each other and you can choose on the spot which you'd like to see.)
Afterward, the tour continues with a visit to the Viking Ship Museum ,and will return to your vehicle and bid your guide farewell at your original departure point.