Explore the City of Art & Culture

Oslo is a metropolitan city home to world-class museums, restaurants and shopping districts. With the world’s best preserved viking ship, a viking museum, an interactive folklore museum, as well as one of the most famous paintings in the world – the scream – Oslo is a true cultural hub. Vigeland Park, one of Norway’s most visited locations, contains the work of Gustav Vigeland, a famous Norwegian sculptor. More than 200 Vigeland masterpieces are on display, including the bronze “Sinnataggen” (Angry Boy) and “Monolitten” – a 17-meter spire flanked by 121 commanding figures. Named the European Green Capital 2019 for its conservation and environmental efforts, Oslo is more than a city of art and culture. The city boasts countless parks and its very own fjord where locals often appreciate the fresh air and open spaces.