Norway Convention Centre
Norway's largest exhibition and congress centre, Norway Convention Centre, just outside Oslo, serves both as an international arena for exhibitions, congresses and events, and as a meeting place for local activities. A new setting provides increased opportunities, and modern facilities reinforce the experience for events large and small.
Norway Convention Centre can host up to 12,000 delegates and has, together with a 355-room on-site hotel, very flexible facilities with a total of 55 meeting rooms of different sizes. Norway Convention Centre is only 11 minutes by train or 15 minutes by car from Oslo Central Station and 12 minutes by train from Oslo Airport Gardermoen.
Oslo Congress Centre
Oslo Congress Centre boasts eight halls, one auditorium and seven meeting rooms with a meeting capacity for up to 1,400 delegates. The congress centre can host conferences, seminars, exhibitions and release parties. Oslo Congress Centre has four restaurants, two of which can serve 250 people each.
Oslo Spektrum is one of Norway's largest multi-purpose arenas. A concert hall featuring world-class artists, Oslo Spektrum also doubles up as a venue for tradeshows, congresses and conferences, and as an exhibition hall. Centrally located right next to the subway, Oslo Central Station and the Airport Express Train, Oslo Spektrum can house up to 8,500 delegates and is adjacent to the conference hotel Radisson Blu Plaza.
Oslo Concert Hall
Oslo Concert Hall has two halls suitable for seminars, conferences and larger meetings. The bigger hall can seat 1,404 delegates and the smaller one, 266. The large foyers at Oslo Concert Hall are suitable for exhibitions and receptions. The restaurant can offer a variety of menus and concepts, and can serve gala banquets for several hundred people.
Originally built as a Masonic lodge and a banquet and concert hall in 1836, today Gamle Logen offers seven rooms of different sizes and is an efficient course and conference centre. The big hall can house 500 delegates.
Oslo Military Society
A beautiful building in neo-romantic style, Oslo Military Society is suitable for receptions, meetings and conferences. The building has three halls and several salons. The biggest hall can accommodate 150 delegates. It was built in 1878 as Christiania Military Society. The kitchen at Oslo Military Society serves classic, international food based on quality Norwegian ingredients.
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