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#3 of 6 things to do in Lorenskog

Nordmarka

Oslo, Norway 11.7 mi away
#2 of 391 things to do in Oslo
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Oslomarka

Oslo, Norway 10.3 mi away
#1 of 391 things to do in Oslo
Oslo is the only capital city with easy access to forest, you can take public transport to access the marka and start enjoying the lakes, forest etc.
If you like to jog on technical tails, or ride a mountainbike on forest roads, or even enjoy cross-country skiing, this is a great place to do so.
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Frogner Park

Oslo, Norway 8.7 mi away
#4 of 391 things to do in Oslo
Her you can see all the nice sculptures of Gustav Vigeland, labyrinths of flowers, have a romantic date, take a walk, run, have a picnic with friends or family or maybe catch some sunrays.
The statues by Gustav Vigeland show the circle of life from birth to death and the sculptures are set in an idyllic atmosphere in the park.
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Vigeland Park

Oslo, Norway 8.8 mi away
#7 of 391 things to do in Oslo
One can admire amazing sculptures by Gustav Vigeland, take a walk in one many of paths, lie down on the grass, be surrounded by beautiful flowers in spring and summer, have a picnic, run, practice sport etc.
Vigeland Park, is the largest sculpture park in the world by a single artist, boasting over 200 pieces made from bronze, cast iron, and granite by Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland (1869–1943).
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Fram Museum

Oslo, Norway 9.0 mi away
#5 of 391 things to do in Oslo
The tour around this ship really gives you an insight into the meticulous planning Amundsen put in and being able to clamber around the inner decks really helps everyone get an idea of the journey to the Pole.
On the return trip to City Hall pier, we enjoyed excellent sandwiches bought at the interesting museum cafe - we were leaving Oslo later that day and had a schedule to keep!
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Sognsvann Lake

Oslo, Norway 8.3 mi away
#8 of 391 things to do in Oslo
Take the 5 metro and enjoy a stroll or jog round the lake (3.3km) or just sit and enjoy nature, take a picnic - or use it as a starting point for a longer forest walk such as up to Ullevålseter cafe (5km each way).
... popular recreational area, used as a camping, picnicking and bathing destination for the residents of Oslo during the summer, as well as a cross-country skiing, skating and ice fishing destination in the winter.
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#14 of 391 things to do in Oslo
Highlights include the Viking Garden, Great Granny's Garden, the little cafe where there are also mini tables for children to sit down and enjoy their food, and the The Victoria House greenhouse (to see the enormo...
The Bontanical Gardens are also located near The Munch Museum, Sofienbergparken and The Natural History Museum, so it would be easy to make an afternoon of visiting the area.

Bygdoy Peninsula

Oslo, Norway 9.5 mi away
#10 of 391 things to do in Oslo
The island (peninsula, actually) boast parks, trails, restaurants, beautiful homes (including ambassadors' residences), and a number of museums, including the fascinating Norsk Volkemuseum of living history.
Well worth a visit to this district of Oslo as many of the best museums are based on Bygdoy (the Fram museum, kon-tiki museum, Viking shop museum, the Norwegian folk museum and of course the Royal farmland).
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Akerselva River

Oslo, Norway 6.9 mi away
#16 of 391 things to do in Oslo
We followed it as far as we could, both ways, sometimes taking side trips into interesting neighborhoods: artsy, classic, ethnic, always a surprise.
It's a peaceful oasis in Oslo passing by parks, cafes, apartment buildings, and businesses.
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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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Norsk Folkemuseum

Oslo, Norway 9.4 mi away
#12 of 391 things to do in Oslo
This large museum has something for everyone - urban and rural lifestyles, fashion history, live craftsman displays, costumed reenactments, live music, period dancing, a rebuilt stave church, and artifacts from se...
There are various super out door areas: traditional farming [very extensive number of houses and buildings, many with displays and docents in period grab to answer questions]; 1920-1959 farming; old town [again di...
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Ekebergparken

Oslo, Norway 7.0 mi away
#23 of 391 things to do in Oslo
This park is a treasure on the eastern side of Oslo overlooking the new Opera House and Munch museum.
A wonderful park with hidden things dotted around every corner in the forest.
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Tjuvholmen Sculpture Park

Oslo, Norway 8.2 mi away
#31 of 391 things to do in Oslo
... Park, a lovely green space, well maintained which houses over 200 sculptures from Gustav Vigeland - a theme of birth to death - the largest sculpture park in the world showing the work of just the one artist.
We spent a little over an hour in a beautiful park with gorgeous flowers and children on school trips everywhere.
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Hovedoya

Oslo, Norway 8.1 mi away
#25 of 391 things to do in Oslo
... great city but sometimes it can be nice to get away from the busy centre, so take a boat trip to peaceful Hovedoya Island where you can explore and see some beautiful natural surroundings and the monastery ruins.
It is only ten minute boat ride away and so peaceful, it is difficult imagine that we are only short a short distance from the centre of a capital city.
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Oslo Fjord

Oslo, Norway 7.9 mi away
#17 of 391 things to do in Oslo
Hundreds of small and larger islands can be found along its shores and represents a coveted area for second homes, vacation and resort areas as well as a paradise for fishermen.
See some of Oslo's main attractions by boat around the fjords such as the Århusgade, the Oslo Opera House, the old airport converted into a new community, the site of Oslo's first settlements, etc.
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Kon-Tiki Museum

Oslo, Norway 9.0 mi away
#15 of 391 things to do in Oslo
Great displays and interesting film footage really gives you a taste of the experiences of those brave men and what it took to make this incredible journey across a huge ocean.
With six crew members, the 1947 voyage of 6,900m/4,300 miles on a balsa made raft across the Pacific from South America proved that civilization could have actually spread westward.
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Vigeland Museum

Oslo, Norway 8.8 mi away
#11 of 391 things to do in Oslo
The Vigeland sculptures in Frogner Park (more often mistakenly called "Vigeland Sculpture Park") are really quite amazing and make this beautiful park so much more than just a wonderful space for relaxation and re...
... dedication and built up in the world.This is erected in a straight line stretching to about one kilometre distance surrounded by beutiful park where you can relax and enjoy a picnic.Must must see activity
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Korketrekkeren

Oslo, Norway 9.5 mi away
#6 of 391 things to do in Oslo
Great fun on a dedicated toboggan run using one of the hired sleds from one of the rental outlets near the top.
To do with young kids from the age of 2. (Better to do during week days, as less crowded) A lot of Fun, worth to do in the winter for at least half a day.

Aker Brygge

Oslo, Norway 7.9 mi away
#13 of 391 things to do in Oslo
Around its perimeter, it has lovely views of its marina, the Akershus Fortress, and ferries and tour boats traffic going and coming to the City Hall terminal.
An easy tram ride from downtown to a delightful waterfront area.
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The Palace Park

Oslo, Norway 7.9 mi away
#33 of 391 things to do in Oslo
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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.
There is an extensive network of local commuter trains that run underground in the city centre and above it elsewhere.

Oslo's Harbour Promenade

Oslo, Norway 7.7 mi away
#27 of 391 things to do in Oslo
My Air BNB was in Sorenga, and I enjoyed walking the promenade so to get to the City Hall area, Aker Brygge, or just about anywhere I was walking various parts of the promenade (especially the Opera House section...
A very relaxing walk, despite all the activity.It also looks wonderful at noght all lit up.
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Holmenkollen Ski Museum

Oslo, Norway 10.3 mi away
#21 of 391 things to do in Oslo
We caught the train to the centre it was well worth the trip up.The views over Oslo were terrific it was lovely seeing how high the jump actually is.
The viewpoint at the top offers fantastic scenery of the city centre and surrounding area.
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#36 of 391 things to do in Oslo
The historic rooms have been restored for government functions and Norwegian royalty buried in the Royal Mausoleum include King Sigurd I, King Haakon V, Queen Eufemia, King Haakon VII, Queen Maud, King Olav V and...
From the medieval buildings in the grounds and then outlying buildings (dungeon/prison), the guards on duty (who were happy to have a photo with you) to the lovely landscaping - we had a fun couple of hours here.
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Karl Johans gate

Oslo, Norway 7.4 mi away
#37 of 391 things to do in Oslo
Walking along Karl Johans Gate from Central Station to the Royal Palace, we were able to view many of Norway’s national buildings including the Parliament, The Theatre and the Royal Palace.
Just across from these large buildings and only a stones throw/few minutes walk from Karl Johnas Gate is the Christmas Market, Huge Ferris wheel - small fair ground rides - lots of stalls selling - crafts and vari...
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Grunerlokka

Oslo, Norway 6.8 mi away
#34 of 391 things to do in Oslo
From top to bottom... Supreme Roastworks, BASS, Kuratert, Nighthawk Diner, Velouria Vintage, Munchies, Mucho Mas, Parkteatret, Villa Paradiso, Chill Out, Ben Reddik, Hunting Lodge...
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Tiger Sculpture

Oslo, Norway 7.1 mi away
#48 of 391 things to do in Oslo
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Viking Ship Museum

Oslo, Norway 9.4 mi away
#22 of 391 things to do in Oslo
The Viking ships and artifacts excavated from burial mounds are the most famous and best preserved of any in the world, according to our daughter who is studying Vikings at university.
Located in the Bygdoy area of Oslo, we caught a ferry from the Aker Brygge area (in front of the City Hall building) and did the easy 10 minute walk from the ferry drop off point.
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Oslo Reptile Park

Oslo, Norway 7.3 mi away
#53 of 391 things to do in Oslo
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