This water park is located in the eastern part of Oslo and features a swimming hall and open-air pools along with a waterslide, sauna, and indoor climbing wall. The outdoor pool is open year round. The park provides a dressing room and shower...  Read More

TusenFryd Amusement Park


Copenhagen's Tivoli was the model for this amusement park. Filled with loop and corkscrew-style roller coasters, it also offers a waterpark, a 67-meter spaceshot, carousels, and more than 20 other rides. Restaurants, souvenir shops, an...  Read More

The Sculpture Bridge at Vigelandsparken


The Sculpture Bridge is part of a collection of works by sculptor Gustave Vigeland and is permanently erected in Vigeland Park. The central theme of the works on the bridge is family. The left side of the bridge depicts mother-child dynamics and...  Read More



One of Oslo's most beautiful public parks, this wide-open space west of Frognerparken contains the life's work of Gustav Vigeland, perhaps Norway's most revered sculptor. More than 200 Vigeland masterpieces are on display, including the bronze...  Read More



This castle park, which surrounds the Royal Palace, is open to the public. Visitors can witness the changing of the guard in the early afternoon. When the king is in residence, the Royal Guard band accompanies the change with music. An...  Read More

Botanisk Hage og Museum


These well-tended gardens, open year-round, cover almost 40 acres and surround the university museums. Visit the scientific-oriented Systematic Garden, The Economic Garden with plants known for practical uses whether edible, medicinal, and fiber...  Read More

Ola Narr


Located near the Botanical Gardens, behind Toyenbadet, this park is ideal for a picnic, a game of Frisbee or simply relaxing. Enjoy marvelous views from inside the city.



Stroll the tree-lined paths of this wonderful park. A quiet stream meanders the length of the park and ends at a small pond. An outdoor café at the top of the park is an ideal spot for refreshments.

Akerselva Miljøpark


Stroll the walking paths along the Arkeselva River and discover remnants of the Industrial Revolution in the old mills, factories and workshops. Enjoy swimming, fishing and canoeing along the river's banks. The park begins at Maridalsvannet Lake...  Read More