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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 james turrell interesting sculptures a short tram ride great walk international artists oslo fjord overlooking oslo hill overlooking modern art nice view of the city steep walk oslo center nice park works of art public transportation
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.
Im not a massive fan of art or sculptures but enjoyed walking through the park and the woods hunting for sculptures and other works of art. It was a lovely dry day so we went for a walk knowing there was some 'rock carving' so...More
We went for a run around the park looking for these beautiful sculptures. It was very peaceful, well-kept and even a challenging run at times since there were some steep paths. It was a nice mix of modern and classic art (Rodin, Dali, Renoir). It’s...More
Easily accessed by public transport, had such a lovely walk through the woodland and towards the big green where there were so many dogs playing! As you wander through the paths there are sculptures everywhere (although some a bit strange) it made it a very...More
We had a great walk around this part. Not only do you get to see a lot of great art from various artist, But you also have incredible views of Oslo from above. We were able to walk from our hotel to the park with...More
Beautiful location with plenty of activities for kids in open areas... playing football and any other kind of sport on the grass is amazing. In a special farm kids can play with animals and ride horses. A lot of bars and also a mini golf...More
Fortunately I had printed the map before hand, because it is otherwise not well marked and a little tricky to find specific things you might be looking for. The park is hilly, so you should be prepared for some uphill walking. The petroglyphs are marked...More
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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.
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New Hope, Minnesota
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July 20, 2018|
WAW! You love to spend time in the cities yeah..;) 9 nights in 2 cities and only 5 nights on 2 places in the beautiful Fjords... on the north and south side of the same fjord... Sognefjorden... If I was you, I should cut down to max 2 nights in Oslo and 2 nights in Bergen, and then rent a car and do a longer drive in the fjords area; from Bergen, south to Stavanger and into Lysefjorden for Pulpit Rock and maybe Kjerag (if you're up to hiking), then north to Hardanger Fjord and Sognefjorden,...More
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August 15, 2018|
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July 27, 2017|
1 is in the fjord (2), ordinary ticket for the boat. You cant visit in 15 min as it is an island 2. The fjord is everywhere 3. Ticket for the metro 4. Free, stroll. 6. Outdoor is free. 7. Free 8 & 9 is the same, and it is free. Sognsvann lake is in Nordmarka. 10. Ticket for boat and for the museum You dont need a tour.