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Free Oslo tourist attractions


Oslo is an expensive place, but several tourist attractions and places worth to see can be visited at no cost. We have gathered a few below and more will be added. 


Oslo city hall. 

The Oslo city hall is beautifully decorated. Entrance is free, but limited hours are limited. Ask the tourist office for the opening hours during your stay.






The Vigerland Sculpture park

This park is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Norway and you can enter the park at no cost.







The new Oslo Opera and ballet

Have a free walk on the roof of the new Oslo Opera and Ballet.





Holmenkollen ski jump arena

You don't have to pay anything to visit the Holmenkollen ski jump arena from the outside. However, if you want to go inside the museum or try the ski jump simulator, you'll have to pay.







Free museums

Some museums are free to enter, but this may vary throughout the year. Ask the local tourist office for advice. In this picture you can see the new Astrup Fearnly Museum of contemporary art. This particular museum is not free to enter, but you can enjoy the beautiful architecture from the outside. 




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