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Ingierkollen Alpine Center

Oslo, Norway 1.2 mi away
#36 of 66 Nature & Parks in Oslo
You can, when the ice is safe, also go cross country on the lake while your kids are having fun in the downhill slopes or the childrens area.

Hvervenbukta

Oslo, Norway 2.7 mi away
#28 of 66 Nature & Parks in Oslo
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Ekebergparken

Oslo, Norway 7.0 mi away
#10 of 66 Nature & Parks in Oslo
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.
The park is very well maintained, and while the quality of the sculpture varies widely, it is worth the trip there for the views of the city alone, including one of the best views of the harbor in Oslo from the hi...
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Hovedoya

Oslo, Norway 7.2 mi away
#11 of 66 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.
Gorgeous walking paths, sheep, green grass, trees, and of course beautiful water surrounding this island.
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Bygdoy Peninsula

Oslo, Norway 8.2 mi away
#7 of 66 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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Oslo Fjord

Oslo, Norway 7.9 mi away
#9 of 66 Nature & Parks 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.
... board you chose your seats there are blankets provided for the cool weather and if your doing it in winter wrap up warm they have a small bar on board and offer snacks and mulled wine the most tranquil two hou...
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Ostensjovannet Lake

Oslo, Norway 5.7 mi away
#18 of 66 Nature & Parks in Oslo

Frogner Park

Oslo, Norway 9.5 mi away
#3 of 66 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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The Palace Park

Oslo, Norway 8.6 mi away
#13 of 66 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.
This beautiful and tranquile city park is a pleasant break from Oslo centre - only a small walk away from the end of Karl Johan's gate and the royal residence is part of the fun.
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Vigeland Park

Oslo, Norway 9.6 mi away
#5 of 66 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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Soerenga Public Pool

Oslo, Norway 7.2 mi away
#16 of 66 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.

Akerselva River

Oslo, Norway 9.5 mi away
#8 of 66 Nature & Parks in Oslo
We took a Viking Biking tour Off the Beaten Path, and rode along the river, it is just an amazing area, calm, green, there is a waterfall, restaurants.
When you follow this river you will discover a world with impressing waterfalls but also lovely modern architecture, historic buildings and nice parks.
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Breivoll Strand

Vinterbro, Norway 5.7 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Vinterbro

Huk

Oslo, Norway 8.1 mi away
#15 of 66 Nature & Parks in Oslo

Lindoeya Island

Oslo, Norway 7.2 mi away
#19 of 66 Nature & Parks in Oslo
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Damstredet & Telthusbakken

Oslo, Norway 8.4 mi away
#14 of 66 Nature & Parks in Oslo
Tethusbakken, below the Aker church, Oslos oldest church, probably dating from 12th century.
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Langoyene

Oslo, Norway 5.9 mi away
#54 of 66 Nature & Parks in Oslo

Jettegryten

Oslo, Norway 5.9 mi away
#57 of 66 Nature & Parks in Oslo

Oslo Reptile Park

Oslo, Norway 8.4 mi away
#17 of 66 Nature & Parks in Oslo
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.
The Oslo reptile park was a very good experience, they have many exotic animals kept in great conditions!
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The Vantage Point Ekeberg

Oslo, Norway 7.0 mi away
#25 of 66 Nature & Parks in Oslo

Svartdalsparken

Oslo, Norway 7.1 mi away
#26 of 66 Nature & Parks in Oslo

Studenterlunden Park

Oslo, Norway 8.3 mi away
#20 of 66 Nature & Parks in Oslo
The park includes a music pavilion, a beer garden, and statues of famous Norwegians including Henrik Ibsen and Ludvig Holberg.

Korketrekkeren

Oslo, Norway 11.7 mi away
#4 of 66 Nature & Parks in Oslo
This place is so cool and perfect for all ages and abilities, you just have to throw yourself into it and have some fun!
You can go as fast or as slow as you like, some patched are pure ice which were great for the thrill seekers, but the sides had soft snow for those who like a more sedate ride.

Ingierstrand Beach

Oslo, Norway 7.4 mi away
#32 of 66 Nature & Parks in Oslo

Ulvoya Island

Oslo, Norway 7.2 mi away
#41 of 66 Nature & Parks in Oslo

Nakholmen Island

Oslo, Norway 7.4 mi away
#39 of 66 Nature & Parks in Oslo

Sognsvann Lake

Oslo, Norway 11.9 mi away
#6 of 66 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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Akerselva Miljopark

Oslo, Norway 8.0 mi away
#27 of 66 Nature & Parks in Oslo
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Langoeyene Island

Oslo, Norway 8.1 mi away
#24 of 66 Nature & Parks in Oslo