Must-see attractions in Sofienberg, Grønland & Tøyen

  • Ekebergparken Sculpture Park with sea view and the sculpture "Anatomy of an angel" by the artist Damien Hirst.


    Sofienberg, Grønland & Tøyen

    Opened to much controversy in 2013, Ekebergparken cemented Oslo's reputation as a contemporary-art capital and, in particular, one devoted to sculpture. A…

  • Munchmuseet

    Sofienberg, Grønland & Tøyen

    This monographic museum dedicated to Norway's greatest artist, Edvard Munch (1863–1944), houses the largest collection of his work in the world: some 28…

  • Natural History Museum

    Sofienberg, Grønland & Tøyen

    Under the trees of Oslo's Botanical Garden, the university's serious-looking Natural History Museum comprises two different collections: the Zoological…

  • Botanical Garden

    Sofienberg, Grønland & Tøyen

    Oslo's 6.5-hectare Botanical Garden – the oldest in Norway – has a beautiful woody arboretum, a sublime scent garden, a mini-mountain landscape and a…

  • 1857

    Sofienberg, Grønland & Tøyen

    Stian Eide Kluge and Steffen Håndlykken began this artist-run space in a former timberyard in 2010 and it's one of the city's most respected and enduring…

  • nyMusikk

    Sofienberg, Grønland & Tøyen

    Part gallery, part office, part library and part performance space, nyMusikk hosts a program of sound-focused art shows, performances and festivals. Even…

  • Kampen

    Sofienberg, Grønland & Tøyen

    This once-working-class neighbourhood retains a unique village-like atmosphere with pretty painted wooden buildings. It's a lovely place for a stroll,…

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