Oslo during World War II


Inspiration,Culture and environment

In 2020, it's been 80 years since the outbreak of World War II in Oslo and Norway. On April 9, 1940, German soldiers marched through the streets of Oslo and many other parts of the country. Explore Oslo's hidden stories from the days of the war. See areas where executions took place and buildings were bombed while hearing vivid stories of how Norwegians fought for Norway. The guide will show what happened where in this dark time. We can walk from Handelsgym, Victoria Terrasse, National Theatre, Parliament, to Akershus Fortress. Along the way, we'll see "stumbling stones," memorials, and sculptures, all related to World War II and the path to our current democracy. Akershus Fortress is a separate tour, and here you can also visit the Home Front Museum.

"Bombproof in a Bunker" will be offered again from winter 2023/2024.

Price: 200 NOK per person (minimum 15 people).