Greet your guide at Oslo City Hall and climb aboard a comfortable, air-conditioned coach to begin your sightseeing tour of the city. Stop first at the renowned Vigeland Park, a verdant expanse that immortalizes the work of iconic sculptor, Gustav Vigeland. Stroll amid more than 200 bronze and granite sculptures before enjoying a photo stop at the Holmenkollen Ski Jump, the vertiginous slope used in the 1952 Winter Olympics.
Travel onward to Bygdøy Peninsula, a charming city neighborhood that boasts some of the city’s most influential museums. Take a tour of the Open Air Museum; Norway's largest museum of cultural history and one of the oldest open air museums in the world, featuring an iconic, world-famous stave church built in the 1200s.
Then, enjoy your choice between a visit to the Fram Museum or the Kon-Tiki Museum. At the Fram Museum, see the polar ship Fram, a wooden vessel that traveled along the Arctic Sea in the late 1800s. Take a tour of the powerful schooner — the first boat to reach the South Pole — and learn about life at sea in the harsh polar conditions. Alternatively, delve into the intrepid explorations of Norwegian explorer, Thor Heyerdahl, at the Kon-Tiki Museum.
Afterward, take a short stroll to the pier to board your sightseeing cruise around the beautiful Oslo Fjord. Seat yourself in the warm, covered deck and admire the idyllic bays and beautiful islands that decorate the fjord. Listen to onboard commentary from your guide and then return to the dock after two hours.
Return to the tour’s original departure point.