Your culture attendant: things to do in Oslo

WEDNESDAY 23RD OCTOBER 2019
A THING TO DO THIS WEDNESDAY

in OSLO
PRICE: 130 NOK (adult)
TIME: 1-2 hours
The top of Oslo's Holmenkollen ski jump tower has beautiful views - and you don't have to jump off to see it. Take a lift up to see extraordinary views of Oslo and the surrounding fjords and hills - as well as the Holmenkollen Ski Museum which charts thousands of years of skiing history - from 10am to 4pm this Wednesday. (Nearest T-bane: Holmenkollen)
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OSLO
59.91°N, 10.75°E

Sunrise: 08:15
Sunset: 17:46
Weather: moderate rain, 10°C max, 6°C min


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