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Bygdoy Peninsula

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Bygdoy Peninsula

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Bygdoy, Oslo, Oslo 0286 Norway
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Explore Norway beyond the city of Oslo with a sightseeing cruise on the Oslo Fjord. Take in the scenic waterfront and get an overview of the city from a new perspective on board a boat. Choose a convenient departure time and see the rocky shores of the fjord plus small islets and wooded hills. Learn about the area’s history and geography from an on-board guide.
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Catherine L S wrote a review Sep. 2020
Oslo, Norway55 contributions42 helpful votes
Well, if you are in Oslo for more than a day or two, this is definitely a place to go ... there is the Viking Ship museum (with the real ships on display!) and the cultural heritage museum ( VERY worthwhile), as well as the Kontiki museum with the raft in all its glory (most interesting to kids between 6 and 12). You can get it all as part of the Oslo card (or whatever it's called now). Very good public transport there and back. You can even take a ferry one way (or both ways). Requires some resilience in terms of walking and going through the exhibits. Not recommended for old or tired people.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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lyndawilson72 wrote a review Aug. 2020
East Lothian, United Kingdom410 contributions70 helpful votes
Well worth the ferry trip from Oslo over to the Peninsula. We visited the Viking museum, the Kon Tiki and Fram. Followed by relaxing hour on the grassy area beside the Fram where there is a small beach for a swim ... lovely on a sunny August afternoon. We opted to swim here rather than walk round to the other beach at Hukodden to save time.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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58sparrow wrote a review Mar. 2020
Ascot, United Kingdom84 contributions26 helpful votes
This is a very clever idea 5-6 of the major museums and attraction are on this peninsula. It is an easy bus ride on the 31 from lots of places in town and the buses run every 15 mins. The Viking museum, Kon Tiki, the Fram and many more are walking distance from each other.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Carlos Flores wrote a review Mar. 2020
Oslo, Norway34 contributions1 helpful vote
Another iconic place of Oslo, a lot of museums and the King's stables. If want something more into nature you can choose between the beach (best in summer hot days) or the forest.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Patricia M wrote a review Jan. 2020
12 contributions2 helpful votes
Recommend that you plan a full day for the several museums there. Delish cafe near the entrance. Viking, Maritime, Folk Village (more than 200 buildings), Stave church, and more. Great place to walk as well. Also paths or roads to beach. To get there, ferry from Oslo's waterfront or public bus. A 1/4 mile walk (hilly) from the ferry landing through a residential neighborhood to the entrance. Visitors with mobility issues should check out access information in advance (is there parking?).
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Date of experience: May 2019
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