I took a break from the museums here. It was a beautiful, quiet place with plenty of benches and a wonderfully calm atmosphere.
About Bygdoy Peninsula
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On this peninsula you can find 6 museums, and make nice walks in nature or along the waterfront . We visited two of the museums , and the Folk museum alone took us half a day ! After a visit to the Viking ship museum...More
May depend upon your time & mobility, but this is a slightly different facet of Oslo to be experienced. Bus (#30) & boat - and I wouldn't miss at least 1 transit by boat - service (ferry & hop-on/hop-off boat) are available to this area...More
We were fortunate enough to have rented a lovely apartment in a beautiful home on the Bygdoy Peninsula for our 3 day stay in Oslo. Lots of green space, elegant houses,amazing views. Serene walks along the beach, easily reached by public transit bus or ferry....More
The ferry ride to the peninsula is part of the experience. Buy the two way ferry ticket onshore to get the cheapest rate. Once you are on the island, you are immediately transported to a relaxing, unhurried atmosphere. Visit one of the museums or just...More
What a great place to visit. Beautiful, serene and peaceful . Enjoyed every second of it, a must visit place for all. The landscape was highly breath-taking.
Lots of green, elegant houses, amazing views,.. I loved taking a stroll through this area!!! Also easily reachable by public transport (bus 30 or ferry from Radhus, city centre)
There are around 4-5 museums on the peninsula Bygdoy that can give many information about medeival life in Norway and famous Norwegian people.