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Holmenkollen Ski Museum and Ski Jump Tower

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A historic landmark in the Norwegian consciousness, Holmenkollen embodies more than a century of skiing tradition. Inside the actual ski jump is the Holmenkollen Ski Museum, the world's oldest ski museum. The museum presents over 4,000 years of...more
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Kongeveien 5, Oslo 0787, Norway
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+47 22 92 32 00
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Another must visit tourist attraction after the Opera house in Oslo. Situated near the hill top, on a clear day it offers spectacular view of the whole city. The ride to this tower itself is great. Zip line services are on offer to increase the...More

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Reviewed yesterday

I was amazed by the height! How do people jump from that height?! Just looking at it gave me butterflies in the tummy. The train ride to get there is great - you get amazing views over Oslo.

Thank Kaumudi P
Reviewed 4 days ago

If you want to see a real ski jump as well as a good museum and also get fascinating views then that is the place. We really enjoyed visiting, it, took lots of photos and also managed to have a good lunch in the place...More

Thank George T
Reviewed 4 days ago

Since I stayed at the Scandic Hotel, almost next door, I went to see this famous Ski Jump Tower. It is really big in real life, which came as bit of a surprise to me ( not being a ski person), and lots of olympic...More

Thank TMKjaer
Reviewed 5 days ago

An absolutely, unbelievable venue. I have been to many sporting venues throughout Europe and beyond but this venue is magnificent. The museum attached is brilliantly informative of everything Nordic. The venue is accessible in all areas and the views over Oslo and it's fjord is...More

Thank Liam D
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

From the central train station catch Metro train number 1 towards Frognerseteren. The train weaves its way uphill for about 20 minutes. Exit the train at Holmenkollen. You then have a 15 minute up hill walk to the ski jump - follow the signs. Holmenkollen...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This was an amazing centre and museum. The children loved seeing the jump as it progressed through time in the museum. The highlight was the view from the top of the jump tower. You get to see exactly where a ski jumper takes off from...More

Thank Timbythepool
Reviewed 1 week ago

W e left the train station and we walked up-up-up. Then we boarded the train that took us higher. Amazing views. Saw some zip-liners...make time to do this. The museum is very interesting. Only wish we had arrived earlier so i could have had time...More

Thank jmcjcd
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

As a local I have this advise to you: Don't get off at Holmenkollen metro station but rather take it all the way up to Frognerseteren. Then walk the beautiful 20 min hike down to Holmenkollen from there with the most beautiful views over Oslo...More

1  Thank gibsonwushu
Reviewed 1 week ago

It is worth a travel to Holmenkollen though is quite far off and only have to take metro. It closes at 5.00pm during our visit. It was unfortunate that we took a wrong train line and had to double back to an interchange station to...More

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muktibavisi
16 May 2018|
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Response from Tor A | Reviewed this property |
take the metro (T-bane) from Oslo Central Station- Westbound Line 1 to Holmenkollen. walk up hill from there. Or go by a Oslo Sighteeing Bus to see more museums, like the Viking Ships and the Vigeland sculpture Park.
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stephliane
10 May 2017|
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Response from pimoe | Reviewed this property |
From St.Hanshaugen it is easy to walk to the city center (og to Karl Johans gate and take the t-bane nr. 1 to Frognerseteren(end station at Holmenkollen, near 500 meater over the sea level and the panorama view over Oslo... More
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19 January 2017|
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Response from lene_sk | Property representative |
Hello! It takes about 10-15 minutes to walk from the metro station to the ski jump,ski museum and the jump tower. In January we recommend winter shoes, There can be snow and ice on the ground. But there is no problem to walk... More
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