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IKEA Furuset

IKEA Furuset Photo: IKEA IKEA Furuset Photo: IKEA IKEA Furuset Photo: IKEA IKEA Furuset Photo: IKEA IKEA Furuset Photo: IKEA
IKEA Furuset Photo: IKEA
IKEA Furuset Photo: IKEA
IKEA Furuset Photo: IKEA
IKEA Furuset Photo: IKEA
IKEA Furuset Photo: IKEA

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Description

Large furniture warehouse at Furuset with furniture, carpets, textiles, lamps, pictures & frames, kitchens, appliances, kitchen utensils, plants and everything else for the home.

Restaurant, café and Swedish food shop.

IKEA also has a warehouse at Slependen west of Oslo.

Free shuttle bus between Fred Olsens gate 2 (near Oslo Central Station) and IKEA Furuset and IKEA Slependen.

Categories

  • Home & Garden Home & Garden

Hours

Mon - Fri
10:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Sat
9:00 AM - 9:00 PM

Transportation


Bus Jernbanetorget > Ikea

Facilities

  • General facilities

    • kiosk
    • café
    • suitable for children
    • baby-sitting service
  • Other services

    • convenience store
    • furniture
    • kitchen department
    • flowers
    • china department
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IKEA Furuset

Large furniture warehouse at Furuset with furniture, carpets, textiles, lamps, pictures & frames, kitchens, appliances, kitchen utensils, plants and...

IKEA Furuset

Source: Visitnorway

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