Must-See Sights in Oslo, Norway


Ready to explore Oslo? This city is a treasure trove of history, adventure, and art, all set against the backdrop of stunning natural beauty. Oslo, Norway’s vibrant capital, invites you to walk through history, dive into a rich cultural scene, and even step into the shoes of a Viking. Let’s jump in!

The Viking Ship Museum

No visit to Oslo is complete without a dive into its Viking roots. The Viking Ship Museum is part of the Museum of Cultural History at the University of Oslo. It houses incredibly well-preserved Viking ships and artifacts discovered around the Oslo Fjord. 

Holmenkollen Ski Jump & Museum

For adventure lovers, the Holmenkollen Ski Jump is an essential stop. This ski jump facility is one of the most famous sports arenas in Norway. It has hosted numerous world ski jumping competitions. Not only can you explore the ski museum located underneath the jump, you can also climb to the top of the jump tower to enjoy breathtaking views of Oslo.

The National Gallery

Art enthusiasts will relish a visit to the National Gallery, which holds Norway’s largest public collection of paintings, drawings, and sculptures. In addition to the famous painting “The Scream” by Edvard Munch, the gallery also features works by other prominent Norwegian and international artists.


Alisa G
Alisa G
Alisa loves exploring new places and learning languages. She enjoys trying new food wherever she goes and then incorporating the flavors into her cooking at home. When she's not traveling, you might catch her soaking up the sun, reading a fashion magazine or book in her backyard.
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