Quite a lot going on on Bygdoy peninsula. Go to all the museums and spend some time walking around looking at the nice homes. Well worth the ferry ride.
This peninsula is a very calm and quite neighborhood. A special place to have some hours spent. I made this travel by foot from the city center and came back by bus, because this neighborhood isn´t so close...
This area is worth allowing a whole day for as there are at least 5 excellent museums to visit. Get the Oslo Pass Card then you can just pop into any of them even if time is limited. The Bus ride there (no 30) is easy from central Oslo & am sure in summer the ferry would be a good... More
Bygdøy is one of the areas in Oslo where you can find most rich people living. Although the old norwegian way of being rich means not showing off, you can still smell the money here. But Bygdøy is also the place where many cultural museums can be found. They are all worth while. You can get here by bus, and... More
After living and working in Oslo for over 3,5 years, I can say that this is one of my absolute favorite spots in the whole city! Besides all the museums being located on the peninsula, there are several lovely beaches and rocks where you can BBQ, and spend endless summer days. The hiking/ running/ walking trails are accessible both with... More
catch a boat from behind City Hall. Go to the island with all the museums. it is great to wander around and see the many museums. you can walk from one museum to another but some of the museums are about a 15 minute walk away but well worth it. It is an easy walk.
We went over here from Oslo when our friends had to goto work and my wife & I were on our own for the day. Neat houses, fun to just walk around and look. Museums were good and the ride over was nice on the boat. Definitely worth a trip if you have some time.
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