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28 April: Explore your city for free

On Sunday 28 April, all Oslo locals are invited to take part in this year's Tourist in your own city.

Tourist in your own city (in Norwegian: Turist i egen by) is an event for the people of Oslo, hosted by the City of Oslo and VisitOSLO in collaboration with Oslo's museums, attractions and the public transport company Ruter.

This is an outstanding opportunity to visit attractions you walk past every day, but have not taken the time to experience from the inside. The goal is that you who live in the city will become a great ambassador for the capital and a knowledgeable host to guests from home and abroad.

A special Tourist in your own city pass is required to get free access to the participating attractions and transportation this day. 

The event pass gives you free entry to a number of attractions and activities, and discounts in selected restaurants. It also allows you to travel for free inside Oslo (zone 1) by bus, tram, ferry and subway. 

The pass is made especially for the 'Tourist in your own city' event. It is only valid on 28 April and only for the places listed in the programme (coming soon). It is valid for travel inside Oslo (zone 1) by bus, tram, ferry and subway. You can not buy extra zones with this ticket, so if you are travelling further than zone 1, you need to buy a regular ticket for the whole journey. 

All the event tickets have been booked, so unfortunately it is no longer possible to get tickets for 'Tourist in your own city'. This year, all the event passes had to be preordered, and this has been very popular. 

Considering the capacity of the museums and activities included in the programme, it is necessary to limit the number of people participating in the event. 

Did you book a pass?
If you have booked passes, you will receive a confirmation e-mail in the first week of April. If you ordered codes, you receive them by e-mail. If you chose paper passes you must pick them up at Oslo Visitor Centre between 5 and 23 April.

NOTE: It will not be possible to pick up passes on the day of the event. 

  • Last Updated: 04/04/2019
  • Source: VisitOSLO as

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