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Fram is the strongest wooden ship ever built and still holds the records for sailing farthest north and farthest south. At the Fram Museum you can come...
Go-cart circuit at Alnabru, just 10 minutes drive from the city centre. The age limit for the main course is 15, and ID will be requested.
Discover Oslo with the Oslo City Train! A sightseeing tour on one of the trains is an easy and fun way to see Oslo, and very popular with children.
Bowling hall with 11 lanes centrally located in Oslo.
Air hockey and pool table.
Holidays: same opening hours as on weekends....
Mini golf course with 18 holes in beautiful surroundings at Bogstad Camping.
Limited opening hours from 1 May. Open every day during summer holidays....
One of Scandinavia's largest climbing parks - just 30 minutes from the city centre.
Oslo Summer Park is divided into nine trails with varying degree...
Go skiing in the city, just 30 minutes from downtown Oslo!
Oslo Winter Park (formerly Tryvann) is the Oslo area's largest ski resort, consisting of...
Frønsvollen is an information centre for Friends of the Earth Norway Oslo and Akershus (NOA). Frønsvollen has a great location on one of Oslo's oldest...
18-hole mini golf course by the Akerselva river at the lower end of Grünerløkka.
Grünerløkka Minigolf Park is owned and operated by Christiania Minig...
Jordal Amfi and Jordan Ungdomshall have indoor skating rinks.
Because they are mainly used by schools and sports clubs, the rinks are only open to the...