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Museum of Oslo

  • Frognerveien 67, Oslo
  • +47 23 28 41 70
  •  /  km From You

Oslo's own museum presents the city's history through models, paintings and photographs. The museum's exhibitions are mainly in Norwegian, but you may borrow the free audioguide "1,000 years in 20 minutes", available in English, French, German, Somali, Punjabi, Polish and Arabic – and Norwegian. Free entry on Saturdays. Family activity: The City Detective With the museum's own augmented reality app "The City Detective" you can look into Oslo's past: visit a large family in a one-bedroom apartment, experience the power of the Akerselva river and see how much the main street of Karl Johan has changed! Your goal is to find ten historic stations in the exhibition OsLove – City History for Beginners. You do not need to know Norwegian to use the app. All participants get a prize. Recommended especially for children ages 5–12. Guided tours of the Museum of Oslo Tours in Norwegian are available on weekends all year and on all opening days between 1 July and 14 August. Tours in English are available on request. Frogner Manor Next to the museum is Frogner Manor, which contains magnificent halls and interiors from the years 1750–1900. Guided tours are offered in summer. The price is 60 NOK, and the tour is not included in the Oslo Pass. Café open during museum hours.   Norwegian name: Bymuseet

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  • Adapted for disabled
  • Free with Oslo Pass

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  • Guided trips

Opening hours

Jan 9, 2018 – Mar 28, 2018:
Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 11:00 AM–4:00 PM
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