Would highly recommend island hopping on the local ferry to the islands just off shore where there are lovely houses to walk through and the ruins of a monastery. Ex boat out there and bus back.
In the same area as the Viking museum you can visit the very popular tourist attraction Norsk Folkemuseum = Norwegian Folkhistory museum . It is 155 original old buildings and an old church, everything showing how they lived in Norway 200-800 years ago. It is both an outdoor museum and indoor…
Wonderful to walk around! Norsk Folkemuseum in Oslo is Norway's largest museum of cultural history featuring large indoor collections, the world's oldest Open-Air Museum and a 12th century stave church.
Large open air museum featuring buildings from different eras in Norway, including a beautiful Stave Church from the 1200's.
“You can see an viking ships and learn more about their art, culture and traditions. Also they show some multimedia pieces in the Museum. Catch the bus close to the property from Bygdøy Alle to Bygdøy and get off by the Museum stop. ”
“Museum focusing on the expeditons carried out by Thor Heyerdahl, one of the great explorers of our time”
“A museum that tells/shows you everything you would want to know about Nansen and Amundsen - and their polar experiences.”
“The old castle has been guarding the city for 900 years. Perfect view of the harbour. Oslo's most haunted place. See if you can get tickets for the guided ghost tour.”