We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
One of most delightful, romantic two-wheel rides in Oslo. Lush woods, park-like countryside, view of the sea, swimming areas, historic buildings and the royal cows are some of the sights to see along the way. Arrive from Aker Brygge via the 3-km...more
All reviews folk museum kon tiki the viking ship museum oslo pass residential area ferry trip city hall norsk folkemuseum hop on hop number bus cultural history during summer stave church public transport aker brygge oslo fjord nice walk
If you are heading to Oslo be sure to head to the Bygdoy peninsula for a number of reasons. First, there is a world class collection of museums on the peninsula. These range from the Non-Tiki Museum to the outdoor museum. If you have time,...More
Bygdoy peninsula is definitely a must-see! I strongly advise you to go by ferry, you can buy your ticket on Radhuset 3 (return ticket 75 kr). The ferries run every 20 min, mine left at 9:25. As the weather was sunny, I decided to visit...More
The Bygdoy peninsula is at a 15-20-minute ferry ride from central oslo. It is mostly a residential area, properous at that, but it is also home to the Norse Folk Museum and the Viking Ship museum. Both museums deserve a good visit: the first will...More
Bygdoy Peninsula is one of several areas in Oslo we'd suggest for anyone to visit. It offers more than just access to several museums, Bygdoy Peninsula is one of the unique places that make Oslo to be a very special and unique city. IMHO,it is...More
Bygdoy Peninsula has a number of great museums including the Viking Ship Museum, Kon-Tiki and Norwegian Folk Museum. There's lot to see and do and you can easily spend an entire day here. We had a car and there is some limited parking, but a...More
Response from 716sachink | Reviewed this property |
The information that you have about the ferry ride to Bygdoy Peninsula is true. The last ferry will operate this year on October 14th. So if you are traveling to Oslo after that, you’ll not be able to take the ferry. But you... More
The information that you have about the ferry ride to Bygdoy Peninsula is true. The last ferry will operate this year on October 14th. So if you are traveling to Oslo after that, you’ll not be able to take the ferry. But you should be able to take the city bus from the city center which is a very convenient way to reach out at all the unique museums in the Bygdoy peninsula. The Oslo pass is fantastic and includes all means of public transport within Oslo. You can get the information on all the buses and trams at the Oslo Visitor Center at the central train station.
Response from eggen2014 | Reviewed this property |
It is not very easy to plan a trip to Bygdøy in December if you want a warm day. Just now nov/dec the temp can be from - 5 to + 5 degrees. But put on nice, warm cloths, don't forget head and hands.The two next saturdays... More
It is not very easy to plan a trip to Bygdøy in December if you want a warm day. Just now nov/dec the temp can be from - 5 to + 5 degrees. But put on nice, warm cloths, don't forget head and hands.The two next saturdays there will be x-mas marked at the Folkmuseum and is very nice to visit. Sometimes it have been snowfall and it is cosy. It is possibel to buy warm food and x-mas drink. It is also a café where the museum shop is.
The other museums at the peninsula are not very far to walk, but I would recommend one at the time. Especially if you come to the christmas marked.
The Folkmuseum shows you our countryside from "the old tmes". The outdoor museum is very interesting. Have a ni ce trip!