Vigeland Sculpture Park, also known as Frogner Park, is a statue-themed park. 212 sculptures by the Norwegian sculptor Gustaf Vigeland are exhibited in the park. The statues in the park focus on highlighting the theme of "life and death" of human beings. From the birth of a baby, through childhood, adolescence, youth, adulthood, old age, and until death, they reflect the whole process of life and are thought-provoking. Among the many sculptures, the most famous are "Angry Boy" (Sinnataggen) and The Monolith (The Monolith). The giant stone pillar is very conspicuous, 14 meters high, and 121 figures are carved on the stone. As for "Angry Boy", it is located on the left side of the small bridge leading to the giant stone pillar, and it is easy to miss if you don't pay attention.
The Vigeland Museum has not only sculptures, but also prints, sketches, sketches and photographs, as well as letters and other works.