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#3 of 6 things to do in Lorenskog

Fram Museum

Oslo, Norway 9.0 mi away
#5 of 391 things to do in Oslo
Brilliant museum, very educational for global warming, learning about the Arctic Cooperation, the first explorations to the North and South Poles, definitely go for this over the Maritime Museum.
Make sure you have several hours available to indulge in the fascinating history of the exploration and mapping of the Arctic, to climb on board of the Fram and to chill in the freezing ice room.
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22 July Centre

Oslo, Norway 7.3 mi away
#3 of 391 things to do in Oslo
I will say that the centre is heartbreaking but is portrayed in a way that is respectful to those involved in the events surrounding the 22nd July 2011.
I was moved to tears reading what happened and I would highly recommend this exhibit to anyone visiting Oslo.

The Well

Kolbotn, Norway 10.3 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Kolbotn
Most of all because of the great variety in pools, saunas, jacuzzi and activities, indoor and outdoor possibilities, and also great food in the restaurant - at least for us as we love salads, organic food and ligh...
Amazing big place to relax with we'll thought lounge areas and snack bar.. Big swimming pool with water-massage areas included in the pool.. Upper part has spa area, shop and restaurant (where you can dine in your...

Kon-Tiki Museum

Oslo, Norway 9.0 mi away
#15 of 391 things to do in Oslo
It is brilliant for kids; there is a short informative film to start, replicas of the caves on Easter island and, of course, the Kon Tiki raft itself (along with another of Thor’s rafts).
... Thor traveled with fellow Norwegians on a raft to Rapa Nui eating fish caught along the way it was an iconic voyage starting in chile ending in Easter island searching reason Polynesians traveled colonized it
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Viking Ship Museum

Oslo, Norway 9.4 mi away
#22 of 391 things to do in Oslo
On our own from our cruise ship Viking Sky We took the ferry over to Bygdøy island (very convenient) to see the Viking Ship Museum - amazing to stand near so much history - highly recommend.
The museum is located on the Bygdoy peninsula along with several other museums (I also recommend the Fram Museum and the Folk Museum) so if you plan to visit several be sure to buy the Oslo Pass as it works out to...
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#30 of 391 things to do in Oslo
Whilst it was slightly depressing to see some of the items in the museum from our childhood - it provided a lot of fascinating exhibits for all to see!
If you are travelling with school age children, this would be a good itinerary, especially on a rainy day.
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HIMKOK Storgata Destilleri

Oslo, Norway 7.1 mi away
#18 of 391 things to do in Oslo
I really like rhubarb and the drink was unique and very refreshing with rhubarb, Aquavit and champagne beer.
The menu gives plenty of unique inspired Nordic cocktails made largely from in the premise distilled gin, vodka and aquavit, plus some others.

Oslo City Hall Gallery

Oslo, Norway 7.7 mi away
#24 of 391 things to do in Oslo
It's amazing that you can walk around so much of the City Hall and see the beautiful wall murals and ceilings.
The inside of City Hall is lovely & taking the free tour is great.
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Norges Hjemmefrontmuseum

Oslo, Norway 7.7 mi away
#29 of 391 things to do in Oslo
This museum is an excellent review of Norwegian Resistance during WWII, along with German atrocities committed during the war.
Located in the walls of Akerbus fortress, this fascinating museum tells a compelling story of Norway in the Second World War which is probably little known to English speakers.
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Armed Forces Museum

Oslo, Norway 7.5 mi away
#32 of 391 things to do in Oslo
There unfolded a vast, detailed exhibition of all the conflicts that Norway was involved in - starting from the Vikings, through the numerous wars with Sweden right up to the Second World war and beyond.
It has great exhibitions on the Napoleonic era, Norway's independence, the Second World War, the Cold War and then more modern war.
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Sporveien T-Banen

Oslo, Norway 6.2 mi away
#28 of 391 things to do in Oslo
We traveled from Tøyen, to city centre, to Majorstuen for a visit to Colosseum cinemas and Vigelandsparken.
We did a lot of sightseeing using a travel guide and our 7 day pass.

The Ibsen Museum

Oslo, Norway 7.9 mi away
#38 of 391 things to do in Oslo
The exhibition is excellent but it is absolutely worth while taking one of the guided tours upstairs to the large apartment that Ibsen and his wife Susannah lived in for the last 11 year of his life.
Worth a Visit
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Oslo Visitor Centre

Oslo, Norway 7.1 mi away
#19 of 391 things to do in Oslo
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The Nobel Peace Center

Oslo, Norway 7.8 mi away
#41 of 391 things to do in Oslo
Temporary art exhibition which is good, and a bit on the life of Alfred Nobel, but the best bit is the Nobel Field - the room where you can explore all the past Peace Prize laureates.
It is overlooking the harbor and located close to the Oslo City Hall where the Nobel Peace Prize Award Ceremony takes place every 10 December, to commemorate Alfred Nobel’s death.
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Oslo Cathedral (Oslo Domkirke)

Oslo, Norway 7.3 mi away
#44 of 391 things to do in Oslo
There is also a splendid main altar with a depiction of the Last Supper in high relief on the reredos & there are stained glass windows by Emanuel Vigeland (brother of the famous sculptor, Gustav).
We were lucky enough to enter during a rehearsal of a concert, the choir was amazing.
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Oslo City Hall

Oslo, Norway 7.1 mi away
#35 of 391 things to do in Oslo
... was worth looking in for the colourful art, but we went around the whole place and it was filled with murals and art by Norwegian artists and was very interesting, as well as beautiful - definitely worth a visit!
The Oslo City Hall is where the Nobel Prize ceremonies take place and it is a vast space with huge painted murals, side corridors holding a range of artworks including items donated to the city through sister city...
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Norwegian Maritime Museum

Oslo, Norway 9.0 mi away
#47 of 391 things to do in Oslo
Adjacent to the Fram Museum (you can get a combination pass at a discount), this is a well laid out museum that gives you an overview of ships, ship building, fishing and more, from before the Vikings (a 2200 year...
If you’re making the short ferry ride over you’re likely to also be interested in the Kon-Tiki, Viking Ships and Fram museums.
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Ostbanehallen

Oslo, Norway 7.1 mi away
#43 of 391 things to do in Oslo
Oslo Visitor Center and Comfort Hotel Grand Central are located here.
A good food hall with a variety of options for either a quick dinner or a sit down meal before a train.
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Nordisk bibelmuseum

Oslo, Norway 7.5 mi away
#54 of 391 things to do in Oslo

Emanuel Vigeland Museum

Oslo, Norway 9.2 mi away
#46 of 391 things to do in Oslo
I felt like I was inside a painting, a ceiling that appears to go on forever, art that changes as your eyes become accustomed to the dim lighting, amazing accoustics.
You can tell that he worked 21 years with the paintings, walls and roof all covered with erotic naked bodies and skeletons.

Oslo Reptile Park

Oslo, Norway 7.3 mi away
#53 of 391 things to do in Oslo
Definitely worth a visit!
The place itself is not really the big but still worth a visit if you want the experience of holding a snake or if you’ve never seen anything like this before.
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Munch Museum

Oslo, Norway 6.2 mi away
#60 of 391 things to do in Oslo
My undergraduate fine art studies only touched very lightly on Scandanavian painting & apart from "The Scream" "Puberty" & a few others I knew very little about Munch, his life, work & influences so the day spent...
Great exhibition called “Moonrise” which compares the work of Munch with contemporary Marlene Dumas.
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Museum of Oslo

Oslo, Norway 8.7 mi away
#59 of 391 things to do in Oslo
One can explore the history of Oslo as a city from medieval times to modern architecture.
Highly recommend it, especially since Frogner Park is such a destination anyway you'll probably already be there!
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The Historical Museum

Oslo, Norway 7.6 mi away
#68 of 391 things to do in Oslo
In this museum are presented several fascinating exhibitions concerning different periods and cultures.
This is a gorgeous building near the palace that is well worth a visit.
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Astrup Fearnley Museet

Oslo, Norway 8.2 mi away
#67 of 391 things to do in Oslo
When I went, only one section of the museum was open as they were between exhibits but what I did see I really enjoyed with pieces from famous artists like David Hockney, worth a visit!
Beautiful building designed by Renzo Piano with a nice mix of structural details and Norwegian vernacular.
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Oslo Spektrum

Oslo, Norway 7.0 mi away
#56 of 391 things to do in Oslo
Fantastic concert where the perform with skating.
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Natural History Museum

Oslo, Norway 6.3 mi away
#55 of 391 things to do in Oslo
The special exhibit about the tree of life was very insightful for me in particular due to the texts on the ground characterizing the different stages of development of animals and their characteristics.
The museum also has an excellent gift shop.
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Strommen Storsenter

Strommen, Norway 2.4 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Strommen
You can do all you shopping from on place, dine at different restaurantes and cafe, get nails and hair done, while children are in play-park having fun.

Popsenteret

Oslo, Norway 6.5 mi away
#71 of 391 things to do in Oslo
This was so much fun, you should definately visit. 2 adults and our 16 year old daughter went along with our Oslo cards (free entry but definitely would have been worth our entrance fee), and we truly had so much...
It is a fun group or family activity and everyone find it amusing.
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