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“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).”
“Bygdøy is a must-see for visitors to Oslo; this peninsula is a short ferry ride away from Oslo harbor & is worth spending an entire day on if you have the time.”
“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.”
“Well worth the time and right next door to the Kon-Tiki and maritime and Viking ship museums so you can take the bus or ferry to Bygdoy Peninsula and see them all (if you pace yourself and start at opening time, y...”
“... built in the Middle Ages by monks from Lincolnshire in the UK, and also a whole lot cannon with the stores in which gunpowder was stored dating from the times of the Napoleonic wars Altogether a well worth visit!”
“Oslo is a 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 monaste...”
“We were lucky enough to be taken to Oscarsborg on an organised tour, taking the Ferry from Drobak and then wondering around the island with a guide who was able to tell us the importance of this fort in Norwegian...”