Scream! The new Munch Museum opens this autumn in Bjørvika. It's one of the biggest museums in the world dedicated to a single artist — Edvard Munch.
Experience 13 floors of expressionist works, a restaurant with panoramic views, and much more!
Outside, you can bask in the sunshine on the new Operastranda beach, and, once it's in place, marvel at Tracey Emin's 9-metre high sculpture The Mother.
In the meantime, there are many other fantastic art experiences to explore in the Oslo region.
Ride the new Romsdalen gondola to the top and enjoy a bird's eye view of Åndalsnes and the Romsdalen valley, while enjoying delicious local cuisine in the mountaintop restaurant.
Check out more places where you can ride to the top and experience the country's most amazing natural attractions.
Is this the world's biggest museum artifact?
The Hurtigruten Museum has been renovated! In the heart of Vesterålen, you can climb aboard the permanently docked coastal express ship MS Finnmarken, that's covered by a stylish glass roof.
You can also embark on the journey yourself! Experience the most beautiful coastal journey in the world with the Hurtigruten, or with the new Havila Kystruten.
These mushroom-like structures are actually restrooms at Tyrvefjøra on the Hardanger National Scenic Route.
Many new rest areas designed by architects and artists are popping up along the National Scenic Routes. Take a refreshing outdoor shower by the Jæren route, check out the new viewing point at Høllesli in Ryfylke and the cool new steel restroom building at Oscarshaug on Sognefjellet mountain.
This year, Geilo is opening a 4-km long lift-based trail called Flow motion. The curves suit both experienced and new riders.
A total of 42 kilometres of trails are opening throughout Hallingdal, including in Hemsedal, Nesbyen, Geilo and Høgevarde.
... is located here, and is over 120 meters long! The bridge is part of the Via Ferrata Haldenkanalen that includes an exciting climbing route, and a 250 meter zipline you can launch yourself across the beautiful canal!
Several beautiful hotels that offer something unique are opening in 2021. If you want to experience arctic nature in comfort, the new Sorrisniva Arctic Wilderness Lodge has an ideal location by the Altaelva river...
... and if you want to experience the coast, head to Kalvåg in Bremanger, where a historic harbour storage building from 1860 has been converted into a boutique hotel: Sjøholt by Knutholmen.
Why not relax with a weekend trip to Kolbotn? A modern new wellness hotel is opening right next door to the spa The Well.
Want to try something out of the ordinary? Sleep like a Norse god in the Raven's Nest! The cabin is inspired by stave church architecture and has views of the Sognefjord. You can also climb up to new tree top cabins at Hardanger Fjordtun, Himmelhyttene on Stord island or Faråsen tree top farm in Ringsaker.