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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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We had a wonderful few hours exploring, had some lunch, did some shopping. It is a very interesting site to visit, plenty to see, we had two young children with us and they had a great time, it is a must see whilst in Oslo,...More
Loved the winding snowy trip up on the metro. (The best thing we bought was our travel card which covered all our metro, tram and bus journeys. We bought ours at the 7/11 at central station when we arrived in Oslo).
Short walk from the...More
Only ever having seen ski jumping on TV this place was an eye opener. I have tried para gliding and several activity sports. Ski jumpers have my admiration. i will NOT be trying this. The trip was superb and on a tourist trip up to...More
Stunning views from the platform at the top of the ski jump, I particularly recommend visiting for sunset over Oslo! The 10min walk from the station is uphill and up steps, then once inside the viewing platform is accessed by lift. The museum is interesting,...More
Caught underground out of Oslo which soon became overground. Got off train an walked the short journey up to the slope and museum. Lots of things to look at in the museum but the highlight was the views from the top of the slope across...More
Need to catch a tram up to Holmenkol bakken. Stunning views of city. Being non skiers from South Africa, we opted not to visit museum took in the sites, and watched children learning to ski. The ski jump looked impressive, and probably is the reason...More
take the metro (T-bane) from Oslo Central Station- Westbound Line 1 to Holmenkollen. walk up hill from there.
Or go by a Oslo Sighteeing Bus to see more museums, like the Viking Ships and the Vigeland sculpture Park.
From St.Hanshaugen it is easy to walk to the city center (og to Karl Johans gate and take the t-bane nr. 1 to Frognerseteren(end station at Holmenkollen, near 500 meater over the sea level and the panorama view over Oslo... More
From St.Hanshaugen it is easy to walk to the city center (og to Karl Johans gate and take the t-bane nr. 1 to Frognerseteren(end station at Holmenkollen, near 500 meater over the sea level and the panorama view over Oslo). Go out at Besserud station and you have 5-10min walk to Holmenkollen ski area and the museum. It is also nice to walk around in the area in Holmekollen,