The architectural city of Oslo


Inspiration,Art and architecture

Thanks to the fjord city project, Oslo already has a lot of spectacular architecture to offer today, and there will be more! After the Opera was named the world's best cultural building in 2008, a lot has happened. Sørenga, Barcode, Tjuvholmen with Renzo Piano's signature building, Dansens hus, and Oslo Airport just to name a few. Visitors interested in architecture can enjoy all the exciting things being built in Oslo at the moment. The new National Museum, which will become one of Northern Europe's largest art museums, the Munch Museum and Deichman will help change Oslo's face forever.

Our skilled guides are happy to show off some of Oslo's architectural gems.

A typical architecture walk consists of a walk through Bjørvika where the guide tells about Barcode, the Opera House, Deichman and the new Munch Museum.

Price: NOK 250 per person (minimum 15 people)

Any entrance tickets are additional.Any entrance fees are additional.