Oscarshall Castle is located on the east bank of the Bigdi Peninsula, the museum peninsula in Oslo, Norway. It was commissioned by King Oscar and Queen Josephine to be built in 1852; as a monument of Norwegian art, his palace and surrounding parks are considered the new Norwegian The best example of Gothic architecture, with outstanding representative works of Norwegian Romanticism. The castle was opened to the public as a museum in 1881 and is now open to visitors every summer. The building is beautiful. It also retains the previous style. Various Norwegian national romantic paintings. Those passing by can go and see.