The Norway Convention Bureau has partner convention centres in the Oslo area and in Stavanger, facilitating conferences for up to 10,000 people.
Situated in the centre of Oslo, Oslo Congress Centre call themselves The Arena of Opportunities, and that is their promise to their customers.
The centre boasts more than 20 rooms of different shapes and sizes, with capacity from 14 to 1,400 delegates and approximately 2,500 square metres of exhibition space. Its halls and meeting rooms featuring ultra modern technology provide Oslo Congress Centre with a flexible basis for everything from small meetings to huge conferences and celebrations. But guests deserve more than to sit comfortably and hear well. They can also enjoy an experience they will not forget for a long time. We like being challenged, whether it is through flexible events or culinary capers.
Oslo Congress Centre is located in the heart of Oslo, 35 minutes from Oslo Airport (Gardermoen). It is a seven-minute walk (700 metres) from Oslo Central Station and the airport express train Flytoget, which takes just 19 minutes.
Just 11 minutes from downtown Oslo, Norway Exhibition and Convention Centre can accommodate conferences and other events for up to 12,000 delegates.
A full-service organiser with superb facilities, Norway Exhibition and Convention Centre is far more than a spectacular building with five halls on a total of 39,000 square metres. The centre can provide a setting able to create magical moments, a sense of occasion and pure pleasure, as well as networking. When you want to organise a meeting or conference, exhibition, reception, presentation, party, press conference, VIP room or catering in connection with your event, Norway Exhibition and Convention Centre offers international standards in cooperation with Thon Hotel Arena.
Norway Exhibition and Convention Centre is located 11 minutes by train from Oslo's Central Station. It is 12 minutes by train from Oslo Airport Gardermoen and 15 minutes by road from Oslo city centre.
Oslofjord Convention Center offers the country’s largest concert and conference hall, combined with an enormous accommodation capacity of 3,000 beds.
The conference hall provides seating for 6,000 people. It is ideal for banquets and can easily be adapted to groups from 300 and 2,500 guests.
In the course of the next few years, Oslofjord will build 1,600 single rooms, a sports complex, meeting room facilities, exhibition space, and other facilities to complement the conference center. With this expansion Oslofjord will be able to host large conferences, congresses, sports events and exhibitions for between 500 and 6,000 people, all on one campus.
Located just 90 minutes from Oslo, Oslofjord is easily accessible both from Norway and abroad. Oslofjord Convention Center is 20 minutes from Sandefjord International Airport Torp and there are direct train connections to Tønsberg and Stokke from Oslo Airport, Gardermoen.
Stavanger Forum is one of Norway’s largest conference and exhibition centres, located close to the Norwegian fjords.
Stavanger Forum has 15,000 square metres of space and 30 meeting rooms. There are five multi-purpose halls on-site. The largest is able to accommodate 5,000 delegates in theatre-style for congresses, whereas others can accommodate 3,000 delegates for concerts and 1,500 for banquets. Thanks to the location by the fjords, you will find an excellent diversity of outdoor and social activities. As the oil capital of Norway, Stavanger has also assumed a cosmopolitan character.
Stavanger Forum is located 15 minutes from Stavanger International Airport Sola. It is a five-minute drive from the downtown area – buses run roughly every 10 minutes, and the airport shuttle bus stops at the conference centre several times a day. Stavanger International Airport Sola is served by direct flights from major European cities such as London, Paris, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Aberdeen, Prague and Berlin.