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The sculpture park is located by the Astrup Fearnley Museum at Tjuvholmen. Both were designed by world-renowned architect Renzo Piano.
Informal summer restaurant on Gressholmen island with indoor and outdoor tables. The menu includes open-faced sandwiches, shrimp, "dinner of the day",...
Sporten is one of Oslo's largest and most special banqueting rooms with a capacity of over 200 people. It was built in the traditional dragon style in...
Rodeløkken Kafé is a charming place in a little red house by the Frognerkilen inlet on the Bygdøy peninsula.
Rodeløkken has sandwiches, baguettes,...
The lobby bar in Thon Hotel Opera offers refreshments, snacks and small dishes in a relaxed atmosphere....
Oslo's biggest maritime open-air restaurant is open only in summer, when it is one of the most popular places to go for a bite to eat or a beer by the...
Restaurant in a historic villa by Ekeberparken Sculpture Park. Karlsborg was built in 1863 and restored for the opening of the park in 2013....
Norwegian Textile Artists' own gallery exhibits the work of their members and other Norwegian and international textile artists.
Guided tour of Norwegian Broadcasting Cooperation (NRK) at Marienlyst. The tours are in Norwegian, and are not recommended for children under age 9....
Brighton Pub is a proper English country pub in the city centre. The pub offers a large variety of beers and wines. Coffee and snacks are available...
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