Fall Festivals and Events in Norway
From summer and winter sports, to guided tours and traditional holiday festivals, Norway offers visitors a packed calendar of activity options.
Bring your friends and colleagues to compete. This is a unique arrangement with one of the oldest means of transportation in Norway.
Spring in Norway can be the tail end of winter or the beginning of summer, and all sorts of events and festivals take place in March, April and May.
Summer in Norway can be a spectacle to behold, with a great many exciting festivals and events taking place in June, July and August every year.
Winter in Norway can be a busy time for visitors, with all the festivals and events taking place in December, January and February every year.
From Kristiansand in the south to Svalbard in the North, here are some of the top music festivals, large and small, taking place in Norway this year.
Whether they celebrate Edvard Grieg or black metal, Sami or Viking heritage - these music festivals are as unique as they are Norwegian.
Experience Norwegian Christmas traditions by visiting a Christmas market, enjoying a holiday concert, or catching a glimpse of the northern lights.
Norway's vast array of traditional dishes and local specialities really comes into its own at Christmas time. Here are a few of the highlights.
17 May is Norway's Constitution Day and is celebrated with children's parades and festivities.
Sit under warm blankets and furs, and experience the winter night to the sound of sleigh bells, the glow of torches and steaming horses.
Many believe tobogganing is mostly for children, while in reality it is at least as fun for adults. Geilo offers long and tough toboggan runs.