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We loved looking at the murals and art displays. We also liked seeing where the Nobel peace prize is given each year. The outside of the building may not be so impressive, but the inside is what matters. Also it is free to visit!
Took the 10 am tour. The guide gave us a good overview of the recent history of Norway from the early 1930s up through the end of WWII, describing in detail the meaning behind the art and the “classless society.” It is a must to...More
This is a very imposing building that dominates the wharf, with very interesting reliefs and sculptures outside but inside is really amazing!! Free to go in and with free guided tours on offer. Full of tapestries and paintings about the history of Oslo and links...More
This is an impressive City Hall! The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded here. There are lots of excellent paintings and murals that all have significance to Oslo and Norway. The tour - which is free is excellent. They explain the building, take you through many...More