Museums & Galleries
Visit a museum you are unlikely to find anywhere else in the world. Learn more about Norway, its culture and its people.
The Norwegian capital is home to the Nobel Peace Center. The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded in Oslo every year.
Hedmark is full of fun experiences for children. Get to know the animals at the open farms and animal parks, or try your hand at driving a mini-train.
Hedmark offers a wide range of sights and attractions that give you a genuine insight into the exciting cultural history of the region.
The Polar Zoo and the three national parks of Reisa, Øvre Dividal and Ånderdalen are popular attractions in Troms.
In Numedal you are surrounded by nature, history and tradition. See stave churches, go hiking on the Hardangervidda or meet wolves at Langedrag.
Enjoy a stroll around Lyngør and Merdø, take a boat trip through Blindleia and visit Lindesnes Lighthouse, Norway’s southernmost point.
Play golf at challenging Evje Golfpark or take a trip with the sightseeing minibus. You can also go canoeing on Lake Vansjø.
Oslo's unique location means almost unlimited opportunities for fun. Hike in the forest, swim in the fjord and go to a concert - all on the same day.
Directly to the west of Oslo you will find Asker and Bærum, where a world of experiences, nature and culture awaits.
Tromsø’s numerous sights offer history, daring architecture, wildlife, science, culture and impressive vistas.
Gjøvik Olympic Cavern Hall is the largest spectator hall inside a mountain in the world. Vitensenteret Innlandet Science Center is worth a visit.
A stay in Oslo doesn't have to cost a fortune. In fact there is a lot you can do for free in the Norwegian capital.
Discover Narvik's historic attractions and its abundant natural treasures, both of which remain undiscovered to many people.
20 minutes from Oslo and you are in a region full of adventures.
The spectacular nature, with the Geirangerfjord and the Trollstigen Mountain Road, is the top attraction.
Visit Lom Stave Church, the Norwegian Mountain Museum in Lom or Gallery Jotunheimen to learn about local traditions and culture.
Harstad has a mix of contemporary and old architecture which, in combination with its waterfront location, provides a good atmosphere.
Visit one of Norway's oldest open air museums and get close to wolves and other animals at E.K.T. Langedrag Nature Park.
The town itself is the main attraction. By opening up your senses and curiosity, you may find yourself being carried back to life in a different age.
Take a trip on the Halden Canal, Norway's oldest man-made waterway. Or visit the country's largest inland fortress in Mysen.
Asker and Bærum have a large range of exciting attractions within the areas of art, architecture, history, shopping and much more.
Enjoy a show in beautiful Drammen Theater or challenge yourself with contemporary art at the Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium art center.
Thor Heyerdahl sailed a log raft 5000 miles over open ocean to prove a point. See the extensive exhibition on his life, work and many adventures.
Walk up to Kjerag and Preikestolen (the Pulpit Rock) mountain plateaus, go salmon fishing, or take a cruise on the Lysefjord.
Ekebergparken in Oslo can offer 63 acres of installations by international artists, as well as museums, restaurants and a panoramic view of the city.
Ringerike is a popular recreation area all year round and an eldorado for those who enjoy fishing, especially for trout and whitefish.
Top attractions in Oslo include Vigelandsparken Sculpture Park, the Opera House, Holmenkollen Ski Jump and the Viking Ship Museum.
Trondheim has a wide variety of museums. Enjoy classical music at Ringve. You find science, art, history and rock at other museums in Trondheim.
Visit the Viking Ship Olympic Arena and the old brewery houses at Løten, or the ruins of the Hamar Cathedral, or take a trip with a mini steam train.
Discover the places that inspired Norwegian artist Edvard Munch, and find out where in Norway to see his work today.
Learn about the ways of the Vikings and see how David Spinx's life takes a dramatic turn at the chieftain's longhouse at Borg in the Lofoten Islands.
Visit charming Lyngør, or see the beautiful protected landscape Hove on Tromøy. Swim in potholes and learn about the culture of the region.
Lesja Bygdetun, the ironworks at Lesjaverk and the watermill at Sagelva are among the many attractions you can visit when visiting our beautiful area.
Valdres has a unique cultural heritage with six stave churches and one of Norway's largest open air museums, Valdres Folk Museum.
Visit Innherred's outdoor museums, historic places and art galleries or explore the area by going fishing, cycling or walking.
The region is known for a landscape full of contrasts. The greatest attractions are the Atlantic Road and the spectacular Aursjøvegen Mountain Road.
In Sandefjord you can walk in the footsteps of the Vikings, visit the Whaling Museum or enjoy an unique art experience at Midtåsen Sculpture Park.
Visit the Medieval church in Skjeberg, see the powerful Sarpsfossen Waterfall and go for a walk in the English garden at Hafslund Manor.
See several of Norway's most popular attractions, such as the Nærøyfjord, Urnes Stave Church, Flåm Railway and Vettisfossen Waterfall.
Visit Ål in Hallingdal and admire the 850-year old Torpo Stave Church, Ål village museum and the Rolf Nesch Museum in Ål Cultural center.
Explore the well-kept fortress and Old Town. You can also visit the birthplace of the famous polar explorer Roald Amundsen and the Soccer Museum.
The annual sheep fair is a popular event in Sirdal. But there are many other attractions, natural or man-made, worth visiting in the area.
Fredriksten Fortress in Halden is one of Norway's most visited tourist attractions. You can also experience Northern Europe's highest locks at Brekke.
Have fun in the Hunderfossen Family Park, explore the Olympic Museum and arenas or visit the Maihaugen open air museum.
Visit the Whale Centre in Andenes, the fishing village of Nyksund, Møysalen National Park and experience the narrow Trollfjord from a boat.
The Arctic Circle Centre is situated 80 kilometres north of Mo i Rana and 70 kilometres south of Fauske.
A UNESCO World Heritage site, a Viking long house, a mountain with a hole through it, puffins and eider ducks are among the attractions in Helgeland.
Saltstraumen, the world's strongest maelstrom, and the historical trading post of Kjerringøy are two of the many attractions in the Bodø region.
Nidaros Cathedral is the most important of the many historical attractions in Trondheim.
Relax at one of the many beaches or enjoy art at the famous Galleri F15.
Experience Geilo as it used to be century ago. Visit stave churches, local museums and learn about the knife and tool manufacturing in the area.
Top attractions in Bergen include Bryggen, the Fløibanen Funicular, the Fish Market, the Edvard Grieg Museum at Troldhaugen and Fantoft Stave Church.
Catch a show at Kilden, Kristiansand's new performing arts centre, go meet wild animals at the zoo, or take a nostalgic trip on an old steam train.
Take a stroll through Kristiansand's charming old town, go on a boat trip to picturesque Lillesand, or visit the former naval base at Odderøya.
Go hiking in the mountains and forests, play golf, go canoeing, or simply relax on the beach.
Enjoy a cruise on the Telemark Canal, visit Norway's largest stave church, or hike to the top of Telemark's highest mountain, Gaustatoppen.
Join a boat trip to watch the arctic landscape and wildlife. Or try dog sledding or a snowmobile safari.
Visit Henrik Ibsen's childhood home in Skien, find out how porcelain is made at Porsgrunds Porselænsfabrik or take a trip along the Telemark Canal.
The atmosphere of Kragerø is an attraction in itself. The town spreads from the harbour, with galleries and parks within easy walking distance.
Top scenic attractions are the Hardangervidda National Park and Nupsfonn Glacier.
The Gaustatoppen Mountain and the Norwegian Industrial Workers Museum are among the main attractions in Rjukan.