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SuperSplash på TusenFryd
SuperSplash på TusenFryd
Follo.
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Follo.
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Couple having a good time at Oscarsborg fortress in Drøbak
Couple having a good time at Oscarsborg fortress in Drøbak
Oscarsborg fortress in Drøbak.
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Oscarsborg fortress in Drøbak.
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Tropical sauna at The Well
Tropical sauna at The Well
The Well spa in Eastern Norway.
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The Well spa in Eastern Norway.
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People enjoying a meal in Drøbak
People enjoying a meal in Drøbak
Sjøstjernen restaurant in Drøbak.
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Sjøstjernen restaurant in Drøbak.
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Do you want to scream on the rides at TusenFryd, stroll among idyllic white wooden houses in Drøbak or explore the fortress Oscarsborg? In Follo, you'll find fun and excitement for the whole family!

Follo is just a 20-minute drive from Oslo! Here, you'll find a string of idyllic small towns along the eastern side of the Oslofjord and a wide variety of seaside and water-based activities. With its immediate proximity and good transport connections, it's no wonder that Follo is one of Oslo's most popular cabin destinations.

You can find a lot of action and excitement in Follo - if that's your thing! Bring the whole family along and feel your stomach drop on the rides at Norway's biggest amusement park TusenFryd! Do you dare ride the SpeedMonster, a roller coaster that takes you from 0 to 90 km an hour in two seconds? Or take a gentle log flume ride with the little ones.

Or maybe you have come to Follo to rejuvenate? Spending a few hours at The Well, the biggest spa in the Nordic countries, could be just what you need. Or you can stroll the streets of Drøbak, Son or Hvitsten, all of which were known as artist enclaves in the 1800s. 

Another unique attraction in Follo is the fortress Oscarsborg in the Drøbak Sound. The mystic atmosphere of the island, and the dramatic story of the sinking of the German warship Blücher, attracts over 100,000 visitors a year. You can also experience the culture destination Ramme fjordhotell in Hvitsten.

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Top attractions

Embark on a journey of discovery and get your pulse racing - on land or sea!!

Things to do in Follo

Historical sites and cultural gems – explore some highlights.

Food and drink

Enjoy a locally sourced seafood meal or dine at a charming railway station – sample a taste of Follo.

Where to stay

From magnificent manor houses to spa hotels – find your perfect accommodation.

Getting to and around Follo

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Top attractions in Follo
One of Scandinavia's largest wellness centre and spa opened December 4th. at Kolbotn, just outside Oslo city centre. Read more
The Well Spa
We welcome you to Follo's largest shopping centre with a variety of opportunities and experiences in one place. We offer 145 shops and eateries, our… Read more
Ski Shopping mall
Visit The Sunday Town - Opening hours: Sundays Read more
The Sunday town Drøbak
Ramme – a new cultural destination south of Oslo Read more
The culture destination Ramme
Just 40 minutes south of Oslo you will find the idyllic coastal town of Son, located on the sunny side of the Oslofjord.   Son is known for its… Read more
Son - by the sunny shores of the Oslofjord
Oslo Fashion Outlet is Norway's only factory outlet village with more than 55 brand stores. Read more
Oslo Fashion Outlet
Fred Olsen Lines has exhibited 37 figureheads made by famous Norwegian artists, used on the shipping company's ships in the period 1938 - 1976. Read more
Hvitsten - Fred. Olsen and Edvard Munch
Vitenparken (The Science Park) in the campus park of the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB) in Ås. It has be upgraded and… Read more
The science park
Welcome to our open-air Museum at Seiersten Read more
Follo museum
Did you know that all mail addressed to Santa Claus, Norway ends up in Drøbak? Read more
Tregaarden Christmas House
The Norwegian Cartoonist Gallery is part of a consolidated network of museums in the Greater Oslo area Read more
Avistegnernes Hus in Drøbak
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