Oslo is a city of culture with many attractions, museums and galleries with world-class art. Visit the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet in Bjørvika, or the new Barcode district, Sørenga. Here you will find the new Deichman Library and the new Munch Museum. Akershus Fortress is an exciting destination where you can visit the Norwegian Armed Forces Museum and the Norwegian Resistance Museum.
At Aker Brygge and the old Vestbane Station you find the new National Museum of Norway, which opens in 2022. A little further out on Tjuvholmen there is the Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art. At Bygdøy, you will find both the Viking Ship Museum and the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History.
If you are travelling with children, the city offers a diverse choice of experiences and activities. From the International Museum of Children’s Art, the Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology, the Pop Centre Interactive Museum, the Oslo Climbing Park (treetop climbing) and not least the amusement park Tusenfryd, which is located a little south of the city.