Norway Convention Bureau has partner convention centres in the Oslo area and in Stavanger, facilitating conferences for up to 10,000 people.
Norway's largest exhibition and congress centre, just outside Oslo, seats 6,000. Other venues in the city can host up to 1,400 delegates.
Only 90 minutes from Oslo, and boasting a 6,800-seat conference hall and 3,000 beds, Oslofjord is an ideal choice for a wide range of events.
With more than 20 rooms of different sizes, Oslo Congress Centre can help you whether you require a congress hall for 1,400 or a meeting room for 14.
Tromsø has nine conference venues. The sports arenas can host from 2,000 to 3,600 delegates. The conference centres can accommodate 200.
Storstuggu, the culture and conference centre in Røros, has a variety of meeting rooms with capacity for up to 600 delegates.
Bergen has two congress centres with good conference facilities that can be used as culture, conference or exhibition centres or for trade fairs.
Stavanger Forum has 30 meeting rooms and can host 5,000 delegates. Other big conference venues are the concert hall and the Viking Stadium.
Håkons Hall is part of the Olympic arena and offers conference facilities for 2,000 delegates. The open-air museum at Maihaugen can host 700 guests.
Alta has a total meeting capacity of 2,000 delegates. The largest conference hall can host up to 650 guests in a cinema style layout.
Trondheim Spektrum is central Norway’s largest centre for conferences, conventions and national and international trade shows.