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Oslo’s Finest

Definitely one of the must sees in Oslo!!! It’s a bit of walk from the centre, so we got a tram up... read more

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Beautiful Park

The design of the park is incredible. The sculptures, all created by the same artist is... read more

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Nerine J
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Nobels gate 32 | Majorstua / Frogner, Oslo Vest. Hovedinngang i Kirkeveien., Oslo 0268, Norway
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 4 October 2016

....or read about the sculptures before you go . We were very lucky to have a historian explain what is represented here. Yes , strolling around and looking at all the statues is wonderful , but there is SO much more being told here. There...More

4  Thank OMALILY
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Reviewed 22 April 2018 via mobile

Sorry guys but i can't see the reason behind the hype. If you are especially interested in Vigeland's art that is ok, great sculptures, but the park itself is way too plain, and rather unimpressive. Very often there is some kind of construction going on,...More

3  Thank MatijaTatomirovic
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Reviewed today via mobile

Definitely one of the must sees in Oslo!!! It’s a bit of walk from the centre, so we got a tram up there but if you’re fancying being healthy you can walk! It’s about a 40 minute walk from the centre. The sculptures that have...More

2  Thank Ben927
Reviewed yesterday

The design of the park is incredible. The sculptures, all created by the same artist is impressive. An easy walk but you could easily spend more than a couple of hours exploring it.

Thank Nerine J
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The park is a must see and experience when in Oslo. Lovely park with exceptional sculptures by Gustav Vigeland, lot of green grass and lovely trees - Ducks swimming in the lakes. Nice to visit alone, romantic walk or together with friends. Spectacular it is,...More

Thank EspenE112
Reviewed 2 days ago

Worth the visit even if have the time. you are there for the day or visit.Do it on a tour for more interesting info

Thank Francis G
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This statue-park has free entrance and is popular to visit in all seasons. The granite statues change color depending on weather conditions. Also a beautiful childrens playground to the left of the main entrance.

Thank Lambertus R
Reviewed 3 days ago

This free park is home to numerous sculptures which line a long walkway through the park and eventually leads to a hilltop which is the centerpiece of this beautiful park. It is an uphill paved walkway, so may not be suitable for someone who has...More

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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Visited this beautiful and amazing place, a great work of arts. You reach through train and take a walk. Filled with tourist and visitors. I was told this have here for a long time. The work of this artist is throughly spectacular. You should not...More

Thank 244guillermos
Reviewed 4 days ago

I visited the park twice and I love it! I like the free admission, the beautiful colours of the trees in autumn, and the numerous sculptures showing the various stages of life, created by the talented sculptor Gustav Vigeland. The most impressive sculpture is the...More

Thank autumncs
Reviewed 6 days ago

Just a short walk (30 mins) or tram ride (3 mins) from the city centre, Vigelands Park is a lovely place to vist and see the statues created by Vigeland. The main entrance provides an avenue type approach to the park where both sides of...More

Thank Laughingbear
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is my favorite place in Oslo! If it’s your first time, make sure to see the sculptures. If it’s your second or hundred time, do a picnic, go for a run, a walk, to play frisbee.. whatever! It’s the perfect place to be, especially...More

Thank SynneG
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Katherine Z
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Response from Swenija | Reviewed this property |
Hello! Here is my answer! Parking Limited parking with parking charge at the main entrance at Kirkeveien. Alternative parking with parking charge along Monolittveien, on the west side of the park, or in Middelthunsgate, at... More
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10 September 2017|
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Response from shimons245 | Reviewed this property |
We also felt very safe in Oslo at all hours. Check the park's opening hours.
Emma T
9 September 2017|
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Response from TorKr | Reviewed this property |
Some walk through in 30 minutes, some spend a day. It is entirely up to you if you want to rush through like a bunch of tourists on a guided tour or bring your lunch, play with the kids, look at the other visitors, take... More