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Office for Medieval Oslo

Office for Medieval Oslo Photo: Oslo kommune Kulturetaten
Office for Medieval Oslo Photo: Oslo kommune Kulturetaten

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Information office for the medieval town of Oslo with brochures about Oslo ladegård and medieval Oslo, as well as information about events. The office can organise guided tours of Oslo ladegård and the medieval town.

Open guided tours in Norwegian available May-September.
Guided tours for groups all year. English-language tours on request.

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Tram No.18/19 > St. Hallvards plass
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Office for Medieval Oslo - Photo: Oslo kommune Kulturetaten

Office for Medieval Oslo

Information office for the medieval town of Oslo with brochures about Oslo ladegård and medieval Oslo, as well as information about events. The office...

Office for Medieval Oslo

Source: Visitnorway

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