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A historic landmark in the Norwegian consciousness, Holmenkollen embodies more than a century of skiing tradition. Inside the actual ski jump is the Holmenkollen Ski Museum, the world's oldest ski museum. The museum presents over 4,000 years of...more
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My girlfriend and I came there to watch two biathlon races.
The atmosphere was quite nice and the place is really good
The sight on the city from up there is amazing
I definitely recommend the place for the show
Out of it, we couldn’t...More
I really enjoyed our visit to the ski jump. Being half norwegian i managed to get to the original ski jump so it was great to be here. The views are incrediable. The lift up was a little daunting for some of the passengers, though...More
Having watched a bit of this sport over the years it alway amazed me how these individuals fly!!!
Having visited the facility I now am fully amazed and in awe of these sportspeople as the height length and angle of the jump has to be...More
Just the view from Holmenkollen is worth the trip, but viewing the ski jump makes you appreciate the engineering feat it is. Also, it's nice the spectator stands are open to climb and of you're lucky you can views ski jumping practice from them!
We caught the Metro here, bit of a steep walk to the museum. Nicely presented museum with exhibits on ski jumping and polar exploration. After the museum you can take a lift to the top of the ski jump. Great views from here. There was...More
take the metro (T-bane) from Oslo Central Station- Westbound Line 1 to Holmenkollen. walk up hill from there.
Or go by a Oslo Sighteeing Bus to see more museums, like the Viking Ships and the Vigeland sculpture Park.
From St.Hanshaugen it is easy to walk to the city center (og to Karl Johans gate and take the t-bane nr. 1 to Frognerseteren(end station at Holmenkollen, near 500 meater over the sea level and the panorama view over Oslo... More
From St.Hanshaugen it is easy to walk to the city center (og to Karl Johans gate and take the t-bane nr. 1 to Frognerseteren(end station at Holmenkollen, near 500 meater over the sea level and the panorama view over Oslo). Go out at Besserud station and you have 5-10min walk to Holmenkollen ski area and the museum. It is also nice to walk around in the area in Holmekollen,