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Guided tours of Oslo City Hall

Guided tours of Oslo City Hall Photo: VisitOSLO/Matjaz Intihar
Guided tours of Oslo City Hall

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A guided group tour of Oslo City Hall is a unique opportunity to experience the building's history, art and architecture, as well as some of the political and administrative activity that goes on in there.

Group tours are available all year and must be booked ahead at ksb@rft.oslo.kommune.no or tel. (+47) 23 46 12 00. The tours are available in Norwegian, English, French, Spanish and German.

In June and July Oslo City Hall offers free public tours every day at 10 am, noon and 2 pm. The tours will usually be held in English, but depending on which guides are available, Norwegian, French, Spanish and German may be used as well.

City Hall also offers group tours of the clock tower in June, July and August.

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Guided tours of Oslo City Hall

A guided group tour of Oslo City Hall is a unique opportunity to experience the building's history, art and architecture, as well as some of the...

Guided tours of Oslo City Hall

Source: Visitnorway

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