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Here you can take part in experiences that contain art, history and nature. The park is large, with woods, wooded trails and art.The collection is of high quality and representative of European art history for the past 130 years.With the combination...more
All reviews salvador dali sculpture park interesting sculptures a short tram ride great walk oslo fjord overlooking oslo walking trails nice view of the city modern art famous artists oslo center nice park two hours edvard munch opera house on display
I go there almost every morning for a run and its great. This place has both a nature walk up a hill and a normal park at the top. This place offers camping for both caravans and tents. If you are ever looking for a...More
My boyfriend and I visited the park at the beginning of May. The weather was quickly changing from sunny to rainy but nevertheless the walk through the park was beautiful. As you walk through the forrest you see this amazing and interesting art and at...More
A small forrest walk close to the city centre with some cultural and historical sites to see.
I wouldn't say it's a full out forrest nature experience but nice for families who like to see some trees in their otherwise busy city lives.
This park offers fantastic views of the city whilst allowing its visitors to engage in it's stunning art and sculptures. I spent two hours wandering round and marveling at the sculptures as well as the spectacular views. Well worth doing!
An easy tram ride from the centre and then a short climb to some amazing views over the city and the fjord, with a few sculptures en route. You can have a drink on the outside terrace of the restaurant and enjoy the views. Go...More
Spent two hours in the park. Very serene and interesting and artistic park. Just before you enter into the park, there is a kiwi supermarket. Get some snacks and beer there and had a great picnic. Very relaxing and beautiful scenery. And all free. Had...More
i decided I would visit Ekebergparken this trip as I ran out of time last time I was in Oslo and I was not dissapointed! It is a super place to visit for great views over the city and in the snow it was even...More
Absolutely brilliant free outdoor sculpture park. Works by world renowned artists dotted around a lovely wooded hillside overlooking Oslo. The views are fantastic. The tram stops right at the entrance.
Easy-accesible with public transport, close to city-center, nice views, clean, unusual installations, wild forest, can see all the Oslo-center from the top, nice for walking and spending time with friends or family in a quiet and peacefull place.
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We took the tram (18 or 19 both work, I believe) from City Centre; it's maybe a 10-15 minute ride, and the stop - to my recollection - was called "Ekebergparken". It's an uphill walk from the tram station to the main... More
We took the tram (18 or 19 both work, I believe) from City Centre; it's maybe a 10-15 minute ride, and the stop - to my recollection - was called "Ekebergparken". It's an uphill walk from the tram station to the main buildings of the park.