Vigeland Sculpture Park

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Oslo: Grand City Tour and Fjord Cruise

1. Oslo: Grand City Tour and Fjord Cruise

See the must-see highlights of Oslo on an unforgettable 7-hour grand city tour, including a visit to an Olympic ski jump right in the city center at the Holmenkollen Ski Jump. Go to the unique Vigeland Sculpture Park and take a walk through the world's largest sculpture park created by a single artist. Visit the Norwegian Folk Museum with an outdoor collection of old Norwegian houses including the iconic Stave Church. No Oslo experience would be complete without a visit to the Fram Museum, where you can learn about Norwegian polar expeditions. Get a different view of Oslo on an inclusive 2-hour sightseeing cruise along the waterways of the Oslofjord inlet, where summer houses and cozy cabins nestle against the water.

Oslo: Panoramic Sightseeing Tour

2. Oslo: Panoramic Sightseeing Tour

Get an introduction to the highlights of Oslo on a 3-hour panoramic sightseeing tour that is ideal, even for those short of time. Follow your knowledgeable guide to major landmarks, including the Holmenkollen Ski Jump, where the 1952 Winter Olympics was hosted. Get a fascinating insight into Norway's skiing history and enjoy incredible views of the city along the way. Continue your tour by comfortable sightseeing bus to the unique Vigeland Sculpture Park, where you can take a walk through the world's largest sculpture park made by a single artist. Admire more than 200 sculptures by Gustav Vigeland (1869-1943), cast in bronze, granite and forged iron.

Oslo: Vigeland Park Exploration Game

3. Oslo: Vigeland Park Exploration Game

Explore the beautiful Vigeland Park as you solve puzzles and challenges that lead you to the most impressive monuments in the park. Be captivated by the entertaining story and learn interesting facts about the park along the way. Start your outdoor adventure at the Vigelandsparken. Play as Jessica Meddler: a paranormal investigator and blogger. Normally, you’d be hunting ghosts, but today is your day off, or so you think. Follow the clues around the park and admire famous monuments as well as lesser-known spots as you go. Explore at your own pace and stop for breaks when you like. Play alone, as a group or two competing groups, and meet at the final stop of the game, the Wheel of Life.

Oslo: 5-Hour Private City Highlights Walking Tour

4. Oslo: 5-Hour Private City Highlights Walking Tour

See the highlights of Oslo with an expert local guide on a 5-hour walking tour. Meet your guide in the city center where you'll start the tour. Hit the sweet spots of the Norwegian capital including the Oslo City Hall, Noble Peace Center, National Theatre, Royal Palace, Parliament, and Akershus Fortress. Then, make your way to Frogner Park, and hear the enchanting story of how one man built the world’s largest sculpture park. See some of Gustav Vigeland's amazing creations, mostly made of local Iddefjord granite. Understand polar history truly by removing your view of the here and now. Allow yourself to travel back to centuries ago when mankind had no satellites, no Google Maps, no airplanes, and no crystal-clear knowledge of how the world looked. Enter the Fram museum and hear the stories of three Norwegian polar explorers and their bravery. Finally, return to the city center where you'll see the best part of the tour – the Oslo Opera House. Marvel at the magnificent architecture of the building, reminiscent of a glacier floating in the waters

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What people are saying about Vigeland Sculpture Park

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 86 reviews

This was an excellent introduction to Oslo with varied sites and activities. Margaret was amazing, keeping us all moving in English and German. It was useful to have transport to the more outlying sites, such as the Ski jump, sculpture park and Fram and Folk Museums. If you want a more in depth visit, especially to the Folk Museum, you would need to go back to visit more. The Viking Museum is now closed to 2024, which I only realised on the tour. The fjord trip was ok, I’m glad I did it, but not much to see, and of course it was freezing so wrap up warm. There are drinks and snacks on board, commentary about a few things in English and I think Spanish. The start point is indicated on a tiny sign outside the toy shop, and the Google map takes you to the wrong place, so beware!

The tour was great. One gets to see many wonderful places, and hear about them from an amazing tour guide. I hope the weather will serve you like it served us! Enjoy wonderful Oslo!

The combination of excursions in this activity is very worthwhile. The guide knew a lot to tell in a pleasant way.

Very nice trip with a visit tot all interesting highlights. Both driver and guide very friendly.

It was nice to see all the important places with very interesting explainations.