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Hakkespettene children's workshop

Hakkespettene children's workshop Photo: Ekebergparken Hakkespettene children's workshop Photo: Ekebergparken
Hakkespettene children's workshop Photo: Ekebergparken
Hakkespettene children's workshop Photo: Ekebergparken

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Hakkespettene (The Woodpeckers) is the name of Ekebergparken Sculpture Park’s children’s club located in a specially designed house between the two villas in Kongsveien.

Every Saturday and Sunday, children ages 4-12 can join an art workshop based on Ekebergparken’s diverse nature, history and art.

Tickets can be purchased in the gift shop next to Hakkespettene.
There is no need to book ahead.

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Hours

Sun
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Transportation


Tram No.18/19 > Oslo Hospital/Ekebergparken Bus No.34/74 > Brannfjellveien
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Hakkespettene children's workshop

Hakkespettene (The Woodpeckers) is the name of Ekebergparken Sculpture Park’s children’s club located in a specially designed house between the two...

Hakkespettene children's workshop

Source: Visitnorway

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