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Reviewed July 22, 2013

I thought this open air museum was fascinating. It was very interesting to see how Norwegians of the distant and recent past lived. I was lucky enough to share the visit with Norwegian friends so that I could compare the past with the present :-)

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Reviewed July 22, 2013

Great way to spend a saturday afternoon, lots of interesting history via the building that have been dismanteled and reassembled from all parts of norway some are many hundreds of years old.
Also good entertainment and exhibitions to keep all ages interested

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Reviewed July 20, 2013

We found it by chance walking back from the Viking Museum.

It has been amazing! It is a huge park with different zones. Each zone shows a farm style of a particular part of Norway. You can feel to travel thought all the Norway just walking in the park.
In several farms you can find people doing the traditional old works and they are enjoy to explain the Norwegian story.

Definitely highly suggested!

Thank Fabio T
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Reviewed July 17, 2013

We nearly missed this attraction in Oslo due to the fact that we were somewhat 'museumed-out'. Having a day to fill in and overhearing other tourists extolling this attaction we decided to take a visit. And how glad we did. The Stave Church in all its glory, the fantastic old Nordic architecture and the one place not to miss is 15 Wessels Place. This is an old apartment building that used to stand in Oslo and fortunately, rather than just demolish it in 1999, it has been taken down and rebuilt in the Norweigian Folk Museum. But more than this, the internal apartments have all been reconstructed in the eras of the 1900s. The Norweigians certainly know how to represent the past and so tastefully and authenitically so. Don't miss it and give yourself a good half to one day to visit it. There is also an antique toy museum which should not be missed. I could go on......

Thank Helen S
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Reviewed July 15, 2013

I thought it was another museum, but it's a museum with a difference, it's a small village with all the old houses and customs, A real eye opener and a pleasure to go around.

In all museum's there is a fee but if you have the 72 hour Oslo Pass 33 museums are free of charge, and also some ferries are free as well.

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