Escape the bustling energy of Oslo at the Botanical Garden, where you'll find a serene oasis of expansive greenery. Established in 1814, it holds the distinction of being Norway's oldest garden. It features an Arboretum showcasing approximately 1,800 plant varieties, including an array of exotic species, plus a scent garden and wooden sculptures by British artist Tom Hare.
- Address: Sars Gate 1, Oslo
- Phone: +47 22 85 16 30
- More Info: www.nhm.uio.no/english/index.html
- Address: Sat–Thu 7am–9pm, Fri 7am–5pm
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Do & See
Oslo is a lively city, brimming with museums, art, and entertainment, ensuring visitors are constantly engaged and, therefore, never bored. In the heart of the city, one can easily transition from exploring Viking history and charming old wooden neighbourhoods to immersing themselves in the hip districts with innovative architecture and contemporary art. The cityscape is alive with frequent festivals and concerts, scattering delightful melodies and festivities throughout Oslo.