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Kirkeveien, Oslo 0268, Norway
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Reviewed yesterday

Very interesting captivation of stages of persons. Expressions on sculptures are excellently made . Garden is very pleasant. Besides this and the Nobel Prize Hall, there seems nothing very interesting in Oslo (I mean within city limit, mountains are away) .

Thank Ragu_12
Reviewed yesterday

A bit disappointing as it was overrun with tourists many of whom climb on the statues and trample the flower gardens. The small coffee shop there is a nice place to retreat for coffee and a snack.

Thank John M
Reviewed 4 days ago

The sculptures of nudes are amazing and detailed. The surrounding park is beautiful and well manicured. There are restroom facilities and a restaurant should you like to grab a bit to eat. I agree that it is a must-see in Oslo.

Thank davidhQ9728BH
Reviewed 4 days ago

There's not a lot to do in Oslo. Take that as read, as my wife, children and I spent 9 months there. This park was one thing that kept us sane. It's a beautiful park - winter and summer alike.

Thank Adrian M
Reviewed 5 days ago

Easily gotten to on the trolly Frogner Park is truely an unusual park with landscaped gardens and scultures from one end to the other. The sculptures are a representation of humankind ranging all sorts of emotions and humanity. A must see when in Oslo.

Thank Craig G
Reviewed 5 days ago

I always feel uncomfortable in this place. The sculptures make me want to go away. It is a good place, but too special.

Thank Norsk-explorer
Reviewed 6 days ago

We had a gorgeous, sunny day when we visited Frogner Park. We had a tour guide that gave us info on the sculptures which made it very interesting. Lots of photo ops.

Thank Becki S
Reviewed 6 days ago

You read that this park has sculptures but until you get there you don’t realise hust how many or the extent of it. An amazing example of one mans obsession with the human form.

Thank Donald H
Reviewed 6 days ago

My husband and I had a morning to do something before our bike tour, and some of the museums were closed because it was a Monday. The day was gorgeous, and this part was perfect! The sculptures are all nude, apparently because the artist wanted...More

Thank hyk05
Reviewed 1 week ago

Very nice park. Many of the statues are nude, so may want to skip if this is not your thing. Flowers were at the end of the season, but still very pretty.

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susan n
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Response from Kaarina46 | Reviewed this property |
Hi The public transportation in Oslo is indeed very efficient - check the webpage for ruter.no. You can also upload to your mobile the Ruter app which finds you the routes based on your location once you are in Oslo