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  • Oslo Pass Including Public Transport

    1. Oslo Pass Including Public Transport

    Oslo Pass is your ticket to the city of Oslo. The easiest and most inexpensive way to experience Oslo, this travel discount card grants you admission to more than 30 museums and attractions, access to public transportation, guided tours, as well as special offers in restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues. Available in validity periods of 24, 48 and 72 hours, Oslo Pass is a great value and pays for itself very quickly. Along with your Oslo Pass, you will receive a booklet describing all the benefits for Oslo Pass holders. The pass is valid for all attractions listed in the Oslo Pass booklet and entitles you to unlimited travel by metro, bus, tram, local trains, and on the ferry boats to the islands in the inner Oslo fjord. You can take the following tours with your pass: Oslo City Walks, OURWAY Tours: Oslo City Walk. Additionally, enjoy access to the Frognerbadet Open-Air Public B...

    I can only advice it - so comfortable to use. And to save a lot of money. The only one thing I can’t understand - why we can buy Oslo Pass only at one place and from 10 a.m.? And can’t buy it on weekend?

  • Oslo Self-Guided Walking Tour with Audio Guide

    2. Oslo Self-Guided Walking Tour with Audio Guide

    See the sights of Oslo at your own pace and according to your schedule on a self-guided walking tour. Download an audio guide onto your MP3 player and get a fully detailed map to help you explore. Learn about the Norse Kings and landmark events such as the Great Fire and Millennial Jubilee. See the Nobel Peace Prize Center and visit the Viking Ship Museum to hear stories about raids and see authentic Viking ships. Walk through the city center to discover historical buildings such as the medieval Akershus Fortress. Learn about Norway's resistance to the Nazis at the Resistance Museum and see the home of the National Opera and Ballet at the Oslo Opera House. Marvel at the imposing façade of Oslo Cathedral, pass the Stortinget parliament building and find amazing museums on the Bygdøy peninsula, including the Kon-Tiki Museum, Norsk Folkemuseum (Norwegian Museum of Cultural History) and F...

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What people are saying about Oslo City Museum

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 153 reviews

Good choice

We took the option of 72h, and the truth is that it was worth it, we visited 5 museums, with that it was already almost amortized, since the museums were about 120 nok each, free metro, bus and tram. Too bad that from the airport does not arrive in the area. But you end up paying it off.

I can only advice it - so comfortable to use. And to save a lot of money. The only one thing I can’t understand - why we can buy Oslo Pass only at one place and from 10 a.m.? And can’t buy it on weekend?

The visitor center was difficult to find from outside the train station, and the attached map was rather imprecise. Otherwise, the Oslo Card is a great way to explore the city and its attractions.

It just made life so much easier on the trip knowing the museums we wanted to visit and transport was already taken care of.

In your own time

This is by far the most resourceful tour I have done. Easy to download and worked well.