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Akershus Fortress: Guided tour

Akershus Fortress: Guided tour Photo: Forsvaret
Akershus Fortress: Guided tour

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Experience 700 years of history at Akershus Fortress with a guided tour, either indoors or outdoors.

Open guided tours are available every day in summer and on weekends in May and between mid-August and December. The tours start at the Visitors Centre, and booking is not necessary.

Group tour booking
Contact tel. (+47) 23 09 39 17 or besokssenteret.akershus.festning@mil.no

Facilities

  • Museums, Galleries and crafts

    • guided tour by appointment

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  • Guided tours Guided tours

Transportation


Tram No.12 > Christiania torv
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Akershus Fortress: Guided tour

Experience 700 years of history at Akershus Fortress with a guided tour, either indoors or outdoors. Open guided tours are available every day in...

Akershus Fortress: Guided tour

Source: Visitnorway

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