Vigeland Park


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Vigeland Park

Located in Frogner Park, Vigeland Park is home to more than 200 sculptures in bronze, granite, and cast iron by Norwegian artist Gustav Vigeland, and is one of Norway's most popular tourist attractions. Every year, over one million visitors come here to discover this curious park and its sculptures, including the mighty Monolith, The Angry Boy, and the touching Wheel of Life sculpture. There is also a museum displaying the works of Gustav Vigeland, plus temporary art exhibitions.

Useful Information

  • Address: Nobels Gate 32, Oslo
  • Phone: +47 23 49 37 00
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  • Opening House: The park is open 24/7. The museum is open from Tue–Sun 10am–5pm
  • More Info: The park is open to visitors all year round at no cost.
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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.