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This is a place where everybody will get something out of the visit. The sculptures are very special. Children can play, you can eat in the restaurant in the park, and gaze at the very special expressions in the sculptures.
As other reviewers have stated, you really can't come to Oslo without spending part of your day here. Frognerparken or Vigelandsparken is a remarkable experience to see so many works by this famous Norwegian artist. Definitely a place you could spend all day. A fun...More
you really shouldn't come to Oslo without stopping by the park... the larger than life stone statues by Vigeland are a pageant of mankind's many faces and phases... in summer the stone makes them warm to the touch like human flesh, in winter the opposite,...More
Do not miss the opportunity to visit this beautiful park when in Oslo. I am sure it is better to get there in summer like to many other places in Norway but even end of October was nice as it was sunny and still warm....More
Frogner park or Vigeland park are landmarks of the city.
One of the most visited spots attracts thousand of visitor.
A nice and relaxing place for the visitors and for the locals. An usual place for the families, specialy with smal chrildren to relax.
Yes, Wow, make this a must see when you visit Oslo. You could make this a day trip with so many things to see and do. Take a picnic lunch and some wine and enjoy the park. Use the hop on/off bus to get there...More
Response from Kaarina46 | Reviewed this property |
The public transportation in Oslo is indeed very efficient - check the webpage for ruter.no. You can also upload to your mobile the Ruter app which finds you the routes based on your location once you are in Oslo