Things to do in Norway

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  • 1

    Vigeland Sculpture Park

    48 reviews

    An awesome and quirky sculpture park outside the city. You can spend hours here taking pics alongside the sculptures. Our group tried to do our own versions of some of them.

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  • 2

    Den norske Opera & Ballett AS

    23 reviews

    A very striking building. You can walk up onto the roof and around the whole building for lovely views over the water.

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  • 3

    The Viking Ship Museum

    24 reviews

    When visiting the land of the Vikings, one must also visit the craft of the Vikings...hence a visit to the Viking Ship Museum is a must to get a glimpse of how life was like for these seafaring explorers and warriors.

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  • 4

    Norway in a Nutshell

    15 reviews

    Beautiful scenery but slightly hokey, Disney experience-like feel to the tour. Trains changes were a bit of a mad rush to secure unassigned seats.

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  • 5

    Nobel Peace Center

    14 reviews

    Great exhibition "In Afganistan".

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  • 6

    Holmenkollen Ski Jump

    18 reviews

    Ski jump originally built in 1892. Fun to go to the top and look down the jump.

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  • 7

    Geiranger Fjord

    10 reviews

    Norway has many impressive sites but this IMHO is probably the best. We took a cruise up this fjord and it is just gorgeous. If you have a chance when make sure you don't miss this natural setting.

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    Fløibanen Funicular

    10 reviews

    Definitely worth it! Rain or shine, the top of this funicular has the best views of all of Bergen. Who needs a map to decide where to visit next when you can see everything like this?

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  • 9

    The Royal Palace

    15 reviews

    One of the main attractions in the city. The visit will make you understand a bit more of Norway history. Lovely palace.

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  • 10

    Norsk Folkemuseum

    11 reviews

    If you are interested in norwegian history, you should take a trip to Norsk Folkemuseum. Here you will be able to see buildings from the viking age and almost up until contemporary buildings.

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  • 11


    10 reviews

    This is one of the most photogenic sections of Bergen. Bryggen is the old wharf, with brightly colored houses, all slightly crooked, facing the harbor. Fun place to wander

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  • 12

    Parliament Building

    12 reviews

    Located on the opposite end of Karl Johans Gate from the Palace, it seems almost too poetic that this building would be governmental. As far as government buildings go, this one is quite pretty and chances are if you're walking around Oslo, you're bound to stroll by it.

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  • 13

    Munch Museum

    10 reviews

    This Museum especially houses the works of Edvard Munch; the artists has significantly contributed to the history of art, and is mostly known as the father of expressionistic art. Masterpieces such as the ‘Scream and the Madonna’ are probably the most renowned of Munch’s paintings onsite, along with over 20,000 pieces of drawings, paintings, prints, sculptures and personal objects such ...

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  • 14

    Karl Johans Gate

    10 reviews

    A stroll along Karl Johans Gate is a pleasant experience. You'll see shop after shop with a broad range of goods. A good mix of local cafés as well as more famous coffee chains. As most big cities, there are restaurants as McDonald's, but also smaller ones that definitely are worth dropping in on for a bite.

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  • 15

    Fram Museum

    10 reviews

    More interesting than expected, the Fram Museum actually includes the 125 foot Fram, a steam and sail powered ship that traveled into the Arctic and Antarctic. So, you think you are not interested in these things? Remember, you're in Norway, so you may as well give it a try!

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  • 16

    Nidaros Cathedral (Nidaros Domkirke)

    7 reviews

    Beautiful gothic style cathedral in the middle of Trondheim. This is certainly worth a look for anyone who enjoys a good stained glass rose window or dramatically sculpted organ.

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  • 17

    Fjords of Norway

    7 reviews

    You can find a lot of informations about Fjord Tours in the official site : or

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  • 18

    Bergen Market

    9 reviews

    The best fish market I have ever seen !!! But also the most expensive .

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  • 19


    7 reviews

    평화롭고 아름다운 장소입니다.

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  • 20


    5 reviews

    Driving though Norway almost always offers spectacular scenery. One of the highlights for us was driving through the Troll Road (Trollstigen) – wild serpentine road down the mountain (or up – depending where you go ). Actually, it was almost more exciting to look at the road from a platform above it, to see it zigzagging down below, with a ...

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