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Oslo is home to over 50 museums and galleries, in addition, great base for discovering the surrounding fiords, islands and nature parks.
The Oslo Fjord and surrounding islands
The Oslo fjord is the most popular recreational area in Norway. Only a short ferry ride away from Oslo, the fjord comes alive during the summer. The innermost part of the fjord has many islands; each of them has a unique character and history. For example, Hovedøya, Lindøya, Nakholmen, Bleikøya, Gressholmen, and Langøyene can all be easily be reached with boats from Vippetangen. Summer activities on the fjord include kayaking, canoeing, boating, fishing and sailing.
The coast offers many beautiful beaches: Norway’s most popular beaches Huk and Paradisbukta are located on Bygdøy.
Oslo is surrounded by forested hills and lies at the innermost part of the Oslo fjord. This unique position gives Oslo many opportunities for outdoor activities.
The museum is dedicated to Thor Heyerdahl, a Norwegian ethnographer and adventurer who became famous for his 1947 Kon-Tiki expedition in which he sailed 7,000 km from South America to the Tuamotu Islands by raft. The museum features the original raft used on the journey.
He embarked on the expedition to prove the theory that the first Polynesian settlers sailed from Peru to Polynesia (6,923 km).
Among the artifacts on display are stuffed whale shark, and many interesting things brought from the Easter Islands, Galapagos, East Polynesia and Peru.
Vigeland Sculpture Park
The park is a tribute to the Norwegian sculptor Vigeland. The park is the city’s most visited attraction and is located within the larger Frogner Park. Displayed amongst the lawns, trees and ponds are 200 sculptures by the artist, many of which represent humans in various forms of interaction. In the center of the park stands the most impressive piece: a 14 meter monolith of entwined bodies that was carved from a single piece of granite. It is believed to be the largest granite sculpture in the world.