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Oslomarka Oslo 5.2 mi away
#1 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
must be experienced Norwegian nature at its best fresh clean air recreation for everyone all seasons, Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter Close to the Capital Oslo
There's lots of forest, lakes, rivers, some hills/very low mountains with great views, and it's easy to get to Oslomarka via public transport, bicycle or car.
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Nordmarka Oslo 7.4 mi away
#2 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
must be experienced Norwegian nature at its best fresh clean air recreation for everyone all seasons, Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter Winter is amazing
There's lots of forest, lakes, rivers, some hills/very low mountains with great views, and it's easy to get to Nordmarka via public transport, bicycle or car.
Frogner Park Oslo 1.9 mi away
#3 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Fantastic park with all kinds of Sculptures , Entrance Fee, all kinds of sculptures feast for eyes, beautiful garden with all varieties of flowers, a lovely lake .
This is one of the most beautiful parks we have visited.The sculptures are outstanding and controversial and reflect a lifes work by a fine sculptor.The story of life in sculptures is truly amazing
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Korketrekkeren Oslo 3.9 mi away
#4 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
The scenic surroundings all through our train ride from Oslo City Center to Frognerseteren was spectacular- Snow clad tree tops, quaint and beautiful houses; for us, there was snow filled to the brim, to our heart...
Hands down, best part of our holiday and the chaps in the centre were extremely friendly and welcoming... they even allowed us to drop of our equipment and return that night (after a break skiing in the afternoon).
Vigelandsparken Oslo 2.1 mi away
#5 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Vigeland sculpture park - an amazing creation by the sculptor Gustav Vigeland made between the 1920's and 1943, - is the world's largest sculpture park by one artist.
This park had it all... amazing sculptures, incredible nature, extremely clean and modern, etc. Probably most captivating for me was the detail in the sculptures and art work displayed throughout the park.
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Sognsvann Lake Oslo 4.0 mi away
#6 of 65 Nature & Parks 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).
Sognsvann Lake is a one of the most easily accessible lakes in all of Oslo, It is right at the end of Line 5 and one can easily walk around the lake, have a picnic, or just grab an ice cream on a nice summers day.
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Bygdoy Peninsula Oslo 2.4 mi away
#7 of 65 Nature & Parks 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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Kjosterudjuvet Drammen 24.3 mi away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Drammen
I believe there is a marked trail that leads you to the same lake at the top but the creek was so much fun to hike up! Be careful of the season though...we went in July and there was very little flowing water.
In the summer, when the water level drops, you can actually hike through the river bed and climb up to the lake.
Oslo Fjord Oslo 0.8 mi away
#8 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
As you sail further into the fjord there are a number of islands and peninsulas with colourful Norwegian summer houses and it is easy to see how in summer it would be an attractive place to visit.
We went on one of the boat tours of the fjord (there aren't many in winter) and loved seeing all the little islands and hearing about the history of Oslo!
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Akerselva River Oslo 1.7 mi away
#9 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
When you follow this river you will discover a world with impressing waterfalls but also lovely modern architecture, historic buildings and nice parks.
We followed it as far as we could, both ways, sometimes taking side trips into interesting neighborhoods: artsy, classic, ethnic, always a surprise.
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Ekebergparken Oslo 1.0 mi away
#10 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
What we also saw were some breathtaking views over the Oslo fjord and some ancient trees and iron age burial sites, such glorious contrasting landscapes as well as strange sculptures (see if you can spot which one...
We met Forest Guide Silje here and ‘bathed’ in the many wonders of this magical woods with its pieces of surprising multi media art installations in enchanting serendipitous locations.
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Hovedoya Oslo 1.3 mi away
#11 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
From there you have just a few steps to go to explore the ruins of the old monastery, or go for bracing walks in the nature.
Overall great place to Picnic, relax, sunbathing, reading books, playing games with friends and just day dreaming.
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The Palace Park Oslo 0.9 mi away
#12 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Beautiful paths, eclectic and stringent flowerbeds, large lilacs, a pavilion with books to read , benches along the paths, wild straws, ponds and cut lawns all composed as a gorgeous garden plan.
The park round the royal palace is a wonderful quiet haven in the middle of the city, and unlike most royal parks it is open for everyone to enjoy free of charge!
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Oslo Vinterpark Tryvann Oslo 6.0 mi away
#13 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Great snow conditions, excellent and helpful staff, reasonably priced ski hire, easy access via public transport from central Oslo.
We hired toboggans for a very reasonable price and had loads of fun going down the free toboggan run, which was originally built for the 1952 Winter Olympics as the bobsled run.
Semsvannet Lake Asker 12.0 mi away
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Asker
A walking track alongside the lake has a variety of interesting features, birds, animals, a waterfall and a diverse harmonica and peaceful landscape.
Back in times there where small farms with an ancient historical touch by them, which you still can spot and their history is well explained on historical and geological notes along the promenade.
Nordbytjernet Jessheim 22.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Jessheim
In summertime this lake is very popular for hiking, swimming, play volleyball, work out, have a picnic or just soak up the sun.
Even just watching the other kids fly down the slopes is a good laugh!
#14 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
A great insight into the local history of Oslo and it's river.
Tethusbakken, below the Aker church, Oslos oldest church, probably dating from 12th century.
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Huk Oslo 2.8 mi away
#15 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
A straight road between two car parks take you past a volleyball and a basketball court, a series of free toilets( rarity in Oslo) to the Textile beach.
It is one of the most beautiful beaches reachable via public transport with WC, showers and sand.
Soerenga Public Pool Oslo 0.8 mi away
#16 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
There are comfortable daybeds, benches and chairs that you can use for free, and, as in all public beaches in Norway, there are yellow bouys marking a no-go zone for boats.
I’ve heard that this bathing area can get quite busy on hot summer days.
Oslo Reptile Park Oslo 0.5 mi away
#17 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
... and scared of most of the others watch our full travel video on YouTube Oslo trip dilara and poyraz part 2 I think has the whole video of the reptile shop, it's really cool to see all of the different species
It's very discrete on the outside - we walked by it twice before seeing it - but then a whole mysterious world of creatures and reptiles opens up.
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Hoyt & Lavt Lillestrom Sorum Municipality 17.4 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Sorum Municipality
Everyone enjoyed themselves even our 2 year old had a great time playing and climbing on the playground (ekorn løypa, I think) would go back when the kids are older for more value for money.
This is the place to go if you just want to have fun, and hopefully challenge yourself.
Vikersund Ski Jumping Center Vikersund 26.0 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Vikersund
A blast watching skijumping competitions in winter, but also nice for hicking/jogging in summer.
If you ever go to Norway on a winter day, and there are skiflying in Vikersund.
Ostensjovannet Lake Oslo 3.6 mi away
#18 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Østensjøvannet is a small freshwater lake outside of center it has one of the richest population of ducks and birds in Norway and there is a path all the way around the water that gives you nice exsercise and peac...
A peaceful place for people appreciating nature.
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Sandvika
During the spring, summer and early fall the place is chock full of people diving from the cliffs, swimming, playing soccer, sunbathing and enjoying a prolonged picnic on one of the huge fields.
Excellent for hiking and running and swimming in the summer.
Studenterlunden Park Oslo 0.6 mi away
#19 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
The park includes a music pavilion, a beer garden, and statues of famous Norwegians including Henrik Ibsen and Ludvig Holberg.
Lindoeya Island Oslo 2.2 mi away
#20 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
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Norefjell Skiresort Noresund 46.0 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Noresund
Went here outside the ski season, where the area is great to walk and gives you peace of mind.
The weather was really beautiful and we used the whole day learning an child skiing.
Kolsastoppen Oslo 7.3 mi away
#21 of 65 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Nansen Park Fornebu 4.3 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Fornebu
Nansenparken with its many green lungs and footpaths, waterfalls, built-in ponds and waterways, special plants and trees make this park unique.
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Drobak
Small sea aquarium of norwegian species
We've visited aquarium in sunny, july day.