Oslo's 15-acre Botanical Garden features over 7500 plants from around the world. There are also plants from the Oslo fjords, including...
Tøyenbadet Swimming Pool
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Natural History Museum
Under the trees of Oslo's Botanical Garden, the university's Natural History Museum comprises two different museums: the Zoological...
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Fans of Edvard Munch (1863–1944) won't want to miss the Munch Museum, which is dedicated to his life's work and has most of the pieces not contained in the National Gallery. The museum provides a comprehensive look at the artist's work, from dark (The Sick Child) to light (Spring Ploughing). With over 1100 paintings, 4500 watercolours and 18,000 prints and sketching books bequeathed to the city by Munch himself, this is a landmark collection.
To get here, take bus 20 or the T-bane to Tøyen, followed by a five-minute signposted walk.