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Rosenholmveien 22, Oslo 1252 Norway
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2-Hour Oslo Fjord Sightseeing Cruise
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2-Hour Oslo Fjord Sightseeing Cruise

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Explore Norway beyond the city of Oslo with a sightseeing cruise on the Oslo Fjord. Take in the scenic waterfront and get an overview of the city from a new perspective on board a boat. Choose a convenient departure time and see the rocky shores of the fjord plus small islets and wooded hills. Learn about the area’s history and geography from an on-board guide.
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Sco wrote a review Mar 2020
Aberdeen, United Kingdom4047 contributions492 helpful votes
Found on the outskirts of Oslo, we drove here on a Sunday morning so that the younger members of our family (under 5) could attend during the wee kids dedicated period. Ample free parking. You pay for that child and one adult (only one adult at a time is allowed in the park with the infant. Adults may swap over). You have to buy special socks per person when in the park, which you then use on your next visit. Friendly/helpful staff at reception and throughout the park. The lockers in the changing room are too small and many of them don't work (confusing, as you think you're operating the locking system incorrectly, only to find out that it's actually broken!). The park itself is an excellent large hangar. Multicoloured and user friendly. A big adventure for especially the little ones. Stepping into a different world. A happy buzz about the place. Learn and keep fit (take your time to warm up and watch your ankles). Infants had the place for a couple of hours before the older generations were allowed in. There's a cafe down stairs and sitting areas with a balcony view upstairs. A most enjoyable morning out. Thank you RTP.
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Date of experience: February 2020
CMarker94 wrote a review Jan 2019
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Good spot for jumping, it can be a bit crowded on the trampolines but the trampolines are great. The wardrobe is way too small and many of the lockets were broken.
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Date of experience: January 2019
Claudio D'Eugenio wrote a review Aug 2018
Oslo, Norway135 contributions40 helpful votes
It's a quite new place, and it's well maintained. Depending on which trampoline(s) you choose, the jumping can, but doesn't have to be demanding. Since there are quite a lot of visitors and you get sweat, I'd recommend the jumping for 5-years old or older kids and adults, who excercise once a week or more. In order to avoid the crowds, try to visit it as early as possible and on a sunny day.
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Date of experience: July 2018
Dvanhaalen wrote a review Aug 2018
Oslo, Norway110 contributions11 helpful votes
Sunday morning it’s open for the smaller ones till 5 years old. Very entertaining and a great joy to see the kids have such fun. 1 hour is more then enough for such age group. Space to eat and drink something fresh is available, perfect to end the activity.
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Date of experience: June 2018
Anne wrote a review Mar 2018
Oslo, Norway191 contributions143 helpful votes
I wasn't really sure whether to rate with my own perspective or the one of my daughter, but I chose the latter, so it had to be a top score. My daughter (12 years old) and her friends love this place, so we come here from time to time, even if we have a 40 minutes drive to get there. The kids always have great fun and often ask to go back to Rush. Tends to be quite fully booked on weekends, especially if lousy weather, so make sure you book in advance.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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