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Oslo City Hall
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249 Reviews
City Hall
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9:00-16:00, Thursday 9:00-14:00, Saturday and Sunday rest
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1 hour
Address: Rådhuspladsen 1, 0037 Oslo
Phone: +47-23-461200

What people are saying:

The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded in Oslo City Hall each year. The art work in the building is amazing!

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  • lyndawilson72
    East Lothian, United Kingdom

    Surprisingly worthwhile

    Visited here whilst awaiting ferry to Bygdoy. Open 9-6 daily, except Saturday when it’s closed for weddings only. Free entry. Amazing wall murals, tapestries and paintings in spacious rooms. One Edwa...

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  • AriHelsinki
    Helsinki, Suomi

    Frescos & Nobel

    The Oslo City Hall does not look attractive outside but it is free to visit it. Inside there are many rooms with wonderful frescos. Interesting historical and mythical details. The grand main hall wit...

    Reviewed on /Date(1596436596000+0800)/
  • RSBSyd
    Sydney, Australia

    Good artwork & location of the annual presentation of the Nobel Peace Prize

    Oslo City Hall is a 10 minute walk from the cruise terminal where our cruise ship had docked, next to Akershus Fortress. Our interest was to see the location where The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded on...

    Reviewed on /Date(1595803239000+0800)/
  • ianwebb75

    Amazing!! Must do!

    We did a walking tour and the guide recommended we see city hall, even just for the artwork. Amazing!!! We were the only ones in there and spent so much time just starring at these amazing murals. To ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1595142398000+0800)/
  • Hanahtravel2

    Good to be rthere

    Oslo City Hall in Norway is good to see. Once a life is absolutely ok, but it is some you need to see.

    Reviewed on /Date(1593851895000+0800)/

Additional Information


The Oslo City Hall is a brick-and-red building that was built in 1950 to celebrate the city of Oslo. It was completed by Norwegian artists with constant decoration and retouching. The halls of the city hall showcase the works of many artists, showing the history, culture and people's work and life in Norway. Every room here is special, with furnishings, figure murals, and sea views through the windows, giving visitors a sense of the history.
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