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Tusenfryd
27.02.2020
Tusenfryd
TusenFryd, an amusement park 10km south of the city, is enormously popular with kids from all over the Oslo region. The park offers carousels, a fantasy farm and an excellent wooden roller coaster, which creates zero gravity 12 times each circuit. You'll find it just off the E6....
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VI, VII
27.02.2020
VI, VII
An independent gallery with a good reputation for interesting shows from up-and-coming artists, housed in an interesting 1930s building. VI, VII was founded by artist and writer Esperanza Rosales in 2012. Prior to opening VI, VII in Oslo, Rosales lived in London, Brussels, Rotterdam,...
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Kampen
27.02.2020
Kampen
This once-working-class neighbourhood retains a unique village-like atmosphere with pretty painted wooden buildings. It's a lovely place for a stroll, with a top view back down to the city from its central hill. The name may come from  kamp , meaning outcrop, though it...
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Standard (Oslo)
26.02.2020
Standard (Oslo)
A decade-plus player in Oslo's contemporary art scene, Standard has two exhibition spaces in an industrial block. It shows a range of Norwegian and northern European artists, including current Oslo darling Matias Faldbakken. STANDARD (OSLO) was established in April 2005. Based in...
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St Hanshaugen Park
26.02.2020
St Hanshaugen Park
This huge park is a locals' favourite and, from its top, a very pleasant place to get a view of the city. The neighbourhood's name – a reference to 'midsummer hill' – comes from the park, not the other way around, as it was a popular spot for midsummer...
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National Library of Norway
26.02.2020
National Library of Norway
A thoroughly modern library where you can view important documents of Norway's cultural heritage, from 13th-century manuscripts to magazines, films and Norwegian musical scores. There are also temporary exhibitions highlighting various aspects of the collection. The National...
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Oslo City Museum
25.02.2020
Oslo City Museum
Oslo City Museum (Oslo Bymuseum) is a department of Oslo Museum in Oslo, Norway.  The museum is located at Frogner Manor (Frogner Hovedgård) in Frogner Park (Frognerparken). The museum was first founded in 1905 as the...
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Kunsthall Oslo
25.02.2020
Kunsthall Oslo
Kunsthall Oslo is a non-profit art space located in the Bjørvika area of central Oslo. The space presents a programme of international contemporary art, with an emphasis on new commissions and a parallel commitment to exploring the social and historical...
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nyMusikk
25.02.2020
nyMusikk
Part gallery, part office, part library and part performance space, nyMusikk hosts a program of sound-focused art shows, performances and festivals. Even if there's nothing on, staff are happy for you to come in and browse the music magazines and literature and to chat about...
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The Queen Sonja Art Stable
24.02.2020
The Queen Sonja Art Stable
The Queen Sonja Art Stable (Norwegian: Dronning Sonja KunstStall) is a museum, art gallery and concert hall located in the former stables of the Royal Palace in Oslo. The stable building, located close to the palace park, was constructed simultaneously...
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