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#1 of 157 things to do in Bergen
Memorable selfies, a great funicular train ride, breathtaking views, a gorgeous sunset, numbing chill, great coffee and an engrossing kids play area.
Amazing views runs to time awesome walks gift shop had great stock yummy ice creams family destination
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#12 of 1,030 things to do in Western Norway
Our kids liked it well enough to drop their i-games and come into deck to take in the views.
This area is less crowded and felt more secluded, which with a young child was perfect.
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Oslomarka Oslo 6.2 km away
#1 of 407 things to do in Oslo
Alone, with friends or family, winter or summer, rain or sunshine Oslo mark is the best
The forest was beautiful and absolutely full of activity - joggers, hikers, people out walking their dogs, kids hanging out with friends, etc.
Nordmarka Oslo 11.9 km away
#2 of 407 things to do in Oslo
Nordmarka offer both challenging and easy hikes for the whole family.
There are also many places in the forest that are especially made for children.
Frogner Park Oslo 2.5 km away
#3 of 407 things to do in Oslo
This unique sculpture park, depicting the cycle of life from the unborn child to old age, in the form of sculptures, made by the famous Norwegian sculptor, Gustav Vigeland, is 'a must see' when you visit Oslo!
This is a large park with many activities for the local families but the art is for us visitors and it is unique, amusing, interesting and always different.
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Sognsvann Lake Oslo 6.4 km away
#4 of 407 things to do in Oslo
It feels like you are world's apart from the city, locals bring their bicycles, pets and picnics along with them so there is a nice family atmosphere around the lake.
An easy walk around the beautiful lake can take you an hour with small kids but is very enjoyable.
Vigelandsparken Oslo 3.2 km away
#6 of 407 things to do in Oslo
The expansive lawns and beautiful gardens appeal to families, young lovers, seniors, art lovers, and anyone wishing to relax and enjoy the surrounding beauty of the park.
The sculpture park is fantastic a must do in Oslo, the sculptures are strong and dynamic, my kids age 2 and 5 loved it and tried recreating some poses with their Dad.
Sundbaten Kristiansund
#1 of 31 things to do in Kristiansund
We took the ticket man's advised to get a klippekort (punch card,) as it was cheaper than single tickets for our group of 4 adults and 5 children.
#2 of 4 things to do in Valldal
Spent the whole day here, kids loved it.
Fun for kids and adults
#1 of 74 things to do in Alesund
It is recomanded for all - couples, Family With children or teens friends averybody can enjoy this view.
After seeing this on the Amazing Race, the kids had to see it.
#1 of 7 things to do in Loen
I was a bit anxious about the logistics of visiting a brand new attraction with small children, and the employees of the Loen Skylift helpfully answered my emails about the logistics of planning a visit there.
Cool thing to do for the whole family!
Latefossen Odda
#3 of 20 things to do in Odda
I went with my US family and Norwegian families.
#8 of 157 things to do in Bergen
Would definitely recommend bringing your kids here, and even as a grown up, it is great fun.
Bergen is a rainy city, "vilvite" is a perfect activity for children on one of those rainy days.
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#1 of 34 things to do in Molde
Dress warmly, and a great place for the family picture.
#17 of 407 things to do in Oslo
We are regular museum visitors and this one tops most around the world a fantastic day out for the kids lockers for your coats and bags free entry with the Oslo pass.
This museum offers a plethora of different activities and Exhibitions engaging both adults and children.
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Bygdoy Peninsula Oslo 3.9 km away
#9 of 407 things to do in Oslo
This is a popular event for many schools so enjoy the delight of all those kids experiencing a traditional Norwegian farming event (King or not, cows' spring release is enjoyable all over Norway).
... a lot of places to go and see - some like the King's Farm have horses, picnic tables and places to walk, Others like the Viking Ship Museum, the Kon Tiki and Fram Museums are for he whole family, or friends...
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Dalsnuten Sandnes
#1 of 39 things to do in Sandnes
Great for the whole family!
Great trip for excersise or family outing
Tjuvholmen Sculpture Park Oslo 1.6 km away
#20 of 407 things to do in Oslo
The heart of the display is a ring of sculptures displaying the circle of life through a series of life size - or bigger - sculptures of individuals, families and so on.
Relatively close to the centre of Oslo, kids can play in the play parks, parents can enjoy coffee and the views and I imagine this is great in any weather.
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Fram Polar Ship Museum Oslo 3.0 km away
#8 of 407 things to do in Oslo
Whether making a shorter trip with a young family or as an enthusiast who wishes to delve deeper there is something for everyone here and visits offer up undiscovered gems and plenty of new discoveries.
This was a great rainy day activity, some nice interactive activities for kids and adults a like on the ground floor with plenty of information about exploring the poles and able to venture inside the Fram ship.
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Sporveien T-Banen Oslo 1.4 km away
#15 of 407 things to do in Oslo
A 24h ticket was a good solution for our family of four, when we needed to get around downtown Oslo.
Saving you hundreds of kroners .And don't forget that children under 15 travel FREE in the weekends with one paying adult.
#11 of 407 things to do in Oslo
So many diverse exhibits, from aboriginal Norwegians, to pharmacy, farmsteads and homes, an old Viking church, barnyard with animals (great for kids!) and so much more.
... place to visit on a sunny day like today Great amount of norvégien traditional houses, staff in traditional norvégien "costumes", ancient way of life etc Very nice place to visit alone, or with friends and family
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Spiralen Drammen 35.5 km away
#2 of 42 things to do in Drammen
There is a activity trail for children which can keep them busy for an hour or two.
We drove up here with the kids who are aged 7 and 11.
Akerselva River Oslo 2.7 km away
#23 of 407 things to do in Oslo
Great views from my apartment next to the river .. Theres a nice long jogging trail along the river bank and in winter the snow on the slopes next to the river provides a good play area for kids..
You will meet a lot of people strolling their dogs, and even young mothers with their small children in their baby strollers.
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Seven Sisters Geiranger
#6 of 27 things to do in Geiranger
The children felt it was a different kind of adventure from what they had before , Truly it was quite a wonderful experience.
Stegastein Lookout Aurland Municipality
#2 of 42 things to do in Aurland Municipality
It's suitable for kids, family, and/or couples.
#5 of 102 things to do in Stavanger
5 / 5 ️ Engelsk /English It is super fun at Christmas times becuse then the gingerbread town called «Pepperkake byen» comes to the museum and it is super cool to look at What the creative Kids in Stavanger has Made.
They have all kinds of activities to keep the children busy and engaged, there are two movies you can watch, there is also an area that is built a bit like a real petroleum platform in the sea.
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Karmoy Beaches Haugesund
#1 of 41 things to do in Haugesund
The sand is almost white, the sea a beautiful crystal clear greeny blue and the water shallow enough for children.
the beaches are fore small children fore it is posible to walk out long before you have to swim. the sea can be cold because it is the Northsea comming in.
#25 of 407 things to do in Oslo
Outside, with beautiful terraced displays on the property, everyone was happy: kids, teens, young adults, seniors.
It is very popular with local families on a Sunday, and I can see why.
Drobak Oslo 25.9 km away
#26 of 407 things to do in Oslo
Great for a walk over Oslofjord, ideal for children - there is a nice playground.
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Ekebergparken Oslo 1.6 km away
#14 of 407 things to do in Oslo
Excellent view, fun for both adults and kids.
You'll find idylic paths, views and playgrounds for the children.
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