Discover three of Oslo’s highlights — Holmenkollen Ski Jump, Vigeland Sculpture Park, and the Fram Museum or Kon-Tiki Museum — on a city tour by coach! With a guide at your side, learn about the city's history and culture, check out Norway’s world-famous Holmenkollen Ski Jump (outside view and short break) and enjoy a walk around Gustav Vigeland’s sculptures. Continue on to visit either the Fram Museum or Kon-Tiki Museum (your choice) before returning to central Oslo by coach (during winter) or boat (during summer).
Meet your guide nearby Oslo City Hall, and then hop aboard your luxury coach for your city tour. Relax as you travel through the center of the Norwegian capital, and listen to your guide explaining Oslo’s culture and sights.Continue to the famous Holmenkollen Ski Jump, used during the 1952 Winter Olympics. Since then, it has been totally rebuilt and the new center opened in 2010. Enjoy ca.30 minutes of free time to soak up the beautiful views over Oslo (weather dependant), take photos and explore the area. Perched on top of a hill, the iconic ski jump is known for being one of the city’s finest vantage points.The next stop is Vigeland Park, where your guide will take you on a guided walk around the world-renowned collection of sculptures, all designed by the beloved Norwegian artist Gustav Vigeland. Home to more than 200 bronze and granite sculptures, the park is one of Norway’s top attractions, drawing visitors from around the world. Look out for the 56-foot (17-meter) Monolith sculpture, as well as Sinataggen, a model of an angry London boy.Afterwards, you can choose to visit either the Fram Museum or Kon-Tiki Museum, both of them located next to each other on Bygdøy Peninsula. At the Fram Museum, you can learn about brave Norwegian explorers and their famous polar expeditions and can also go on board the famous polar ship Fram. Alternatively, at the Kon-Tiki museum you can learn about Thor Heyerdahl’s incredible sea voyages and see the rafts he used for sailing on the oceans of the world (Kon-Tiki and RA II)From here you travel by coach back to the city center (January 1 through March 15, and October 15 through December 31) or by boat (March 16 through October 14).