The location of the museum is next to Vigeland Park, but there are no signs indicating that you have to find it yourself. This is just a small museum and there is no admission fee. It mainly introduces the changes in Oslo, including the lives and habits of the people. But many materials are only expressed in their words, and people who do not understand will not understand it.
The Oslo City Museum is located in the Frogner Manor in Oslo, the capital of Norway. This is an ancient building built in the 18th century. It is a cultural history museum and one of the largest museums of painting collections in Norway. The history of Oslo is mainly reflected through the theme exhibitions of the museum and other things, including the development of Oslo, urban culture and business activities.
Very good, the content of the exhibition is updated frequently, it is large and rich in content. Featured exhibitions are often announced in advance, so it is worth visiting.
I like this museum very much. It seems to have witnessed the overall changes in this city, making me feel very beautiful.
Preston_Dominguez: Frognerveien 67, Oslo, Norway
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Det Kongelige Slott,Vigelandsparken,Fram Museum,Bygdoy Peninsula,Norsk Folkemuseum