Must-see attractions in Aker Brygge & Bygdøy

  • Bygdoy Vikingskipshuset.


    Aker Brygge & Bygdøy

    Around 1100 years ago, Vikings dragged up two longships from the shoreline and used them as the centrepiece for grand ceremonial burials, most likely for…

  • View to the City Hall.

    Astrup Fearnley Museet

    Aker Brygge & Bygdøy

    This private contemporary-art museum resides in an arresting, silvered-wood building designed by Renzo Piano, with a sail-like glass roof that feels both…

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    Nobels Fredssenter

    Aker Brygge & Bygdøy

    Norwegians take pride in their role as international peacemakers, and the Nobel Peace Prize is their gift to the men and women judged to have done the…

  • Fram Museum, Bygdoy, Oslo, Norway

    Polarship Fram Museum

    Aker Brygge & Bygdøy

    This museum is dedicated to one of the most enduring symbols of early polar exploration, the 39m schooner Fram (meaning ‘Forward’). Wander the decks, peek…

  • The Gol Stave Church of the Norwegian Folk Museum

    Norsk Folkemuseum

    Aker Brygge & Bygdøy

    This folk museum is Norway's largest open-air museum and one of Oslo's most popular attractions. The museum includes more than 140 buildings, mostly from…

  • Tjuvholmen Sculpture Park

    Aker Brygge & Bygdøy

    Like the Astrup Fearnley Museet that it surrounds, this sculpture park was designed by Renzo Piano and is also dedicated to international contemporary art…

  • Kon-Tiki Museum

    Aker Brygge & Bygdøy

    A favourite among children, this worthwhile museum is dedicated to the balsa raft Kon-Tiki, which Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl sailed from Peru to…

  • Norwegian Maritime Museum

    Aker Brygge & Bygdøy

    Author Roald Dahl once said that in Norway everyone seems to have a boat, and the theory seems like quite a good one at the Norsk Maritime Museum. The…

  • Sneak Peak

    Aker Brygge & Bygdøy

    Alas there's no chocolate with this great glass elevator on Tjuvholmen, but it does whisk you 54m up a transparent column to give you a good view of the…