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Open farm with animals at Bogstad

Open farm with animals at Bogstad Photo: Bogstad gård/Terje Hellgren Hansen Open farm with animals at Bogstad Photo: Bogstad gård/Terje Hellgren Hansen
Open farm with animals at Bogstad Photo: Bogstad gård/Terje Hellgren Hansen
Open farm with animals at Bogstad Photo: Bogstad gård/Terje Hellgren Hansen

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Bogstad visitors' farm has cows, sheep, pigs, goats, chickens, rabbits and horses.

The farm at Bogstad is run by the Municipality of Oslo, and thousands of children come to visit every year.

Open to the public year-round.

Categories

  • Family activities Family activities
  • Farm activities Farm activities

Hours

Tue, Wed, Thu and Fri
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Transportation


Metro No.5 > Røa bus No.41 Røa > Bogstad Gård

Facilities

  • Activities

    • riding
    • activities for children
    • safari
  • Type of animal

    • pets
    • rabbits
    • sheep
    • horses
    • cocks/hens
    • cows

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Open farm with animals at Bogstad - Photo: Bogstad gård/Terje Hellgren Hansen

Open farm with animals at Bogstad

Bogstad visitors' farm has cows, sheep, pigs, goats, chickens, rabbits and horses. The farm at Bogstad is run by the Municipality of Oslo, and...

Open farm with animals at Bogstad

Source: Visitnorway

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