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The Norwegian National Opera & Ballet

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Reviewed today

The Opera House is pretty much a "must-do" in Oslo. It's super close to the central station so it's not a separate trip. The structure is pretty impressive. You can also go inside and take pictures. I think the inside is actually nicer than the...More

Thank ny_travels7
Reviewed yesterday

Have a great view from the top, not too much more. 30min will be good enough. No charge to walk in, good walk.

Thank Andre O
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The Opera is definitely a must see! I didn't go inside but there are guided tours etc. The view from the top of the opera is really nice and also the bottom. It's a nice place to sit down read or just enjoy the day...More

Thank b_fiorella_f
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

As you tour around Oslo stopping at the Opera House is worth the trip. Make the claim to the top to enjoy the view of the City and all the culture and artist features of Oslo. There is a gift shop and a restaurant with...More

Thank Paula M
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

It is truly piece of art. Made of marble and blends into the sea, I think one of the most beautiful structures I have come across. You can go up the roof from where there are beautiful views of shoreline and city. While we did...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This is an amazing place to view the city from. The insides does not have too much to offer unless you are there to see an opera or ballet but walk the roof!!! Amazing! Definitely visit!

Thank Mandi B
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The Norwegian National Opera and Ballet building evokes either a ski slope or a beach. It is a great public space and was filled with many people on a lovely Sunday afternoon. Be sure to also see She Lies in the harbor.

Thank Mmarymomm
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is a beautiful modern building, set adjacent to other modern structures, a little cubist in design with a long sloping roof resembling a ski slope which you can walk up the Veiws from the top are stunning. A must see if you're ever in...More

Thank Steve57C
Reviewed 4 days ago

A visit to the Opera House is a must for anyone visiting Oslo. It’s a short walk from Sentrum and it’s accessible to everyone even strollers and wheelchair bound. The tour was interesting but not sure that it represents great value. You might get lucky...More

Thank LizC2666
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

The Norwegian National Opera is an imposing building in the heart of Oslo. You must take a photo in the top of it.

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Response from Fabrizio M | Reviewed this property |
At least 3 hours.after all don Giovanni had thousands of woman 😊
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Saiyidatus S
1 February 2018|
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Response from Madeleine V | Reviewed this property |
Yes, no entry fees, to look around in the foyer, cafe or restaurant (and roof of course). Had lunch at the restaurant, good food.
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Response from stefanniederberger | Reviewed this property |
Yes you are able to enter the building but just some areas. Like the entrance hall the coffee next to it and some corridores
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