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A historic landmark in the Norwegian consciousness, Holmenkollen embodies more than a century of skiing tradition. Inside the actual ski jump is the Holmenkollen Ski Museum, the world's oldest ski museum. The museum presents over 4,000 years of...more
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Worth a visit to get to top of Ski Jump used in 1952 Olympics and then rebuilt in 2007 for the 2011 World games. Best views of the country and sea side. 280 NK for entrance to museum and ski jump. Extra 600 NK if...More
The first thing you need to know is that the walk from the train stop to the museum is all uphill. It’s not a bad walk, but it is steep and takes about 10 minutes.
The museum is small, but full of interesting exhibits and...More
The museum was interesting, but the main reason for visiting was to go to the top of the ski jump. Due to “technical difficulties” it was closed until further notice but no mention of this on their website.
I've watched ski jumping on TV many times and i've seen the ski jump at Innsbruck from a distance but to be right up close here was great.You can imagine coming down and then landing close to the audience area at the bottom and amazing...More
The jump is amazing and an incredible feat of architecture. I felt the museum was a little lacking, more on the construction and how it had advanced through the years, is it still in use today etc. would be more interesting,
Views are amazing from...More
We did a 1/2 day bus tour toward the end of Spring for which this was part of. They allowed us approx 30mins here which was ample time although we didn’t do the museum we did the simulator. If you’ve never seen a ski jump... More
We did a 1/2 day bus tour toward the end of Spring for which this was part of. They allowed us approx 30mins here which was ample time although we didn’t do the museum we did the simulator. If you’ve never seen a ski jump just do it to realise the angles lengths and enormity of this.... given the time of the season you maybe allowed to go to the very top!!!
I bet you you will ski jumping with a different mindset forever!!!!