Oslo Pass for free

apr 15, 2016 by admin    No Comments    Posted under: Activities, Art, Ukategorisert

Get your Oslo Pass and do all the must-see in a day.

This Sunday April 17 VisitOslo and the city of Oslo gives out the Oslo Pass for free!

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8 Crazy sculptures in Oslo

mar 29, 2016 by admin    No Comments    Posted under: Activities, Art, Ukategorisert

Have you noticed that there are sculptures all over Oslo? Don’t ask us why, because we don’t know. But they do make us laugh (like Nelson Mandela over here).

Here are the 8 most WTF sculptures in Oslo.


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The new map

The new USE-IT Oslo map is now available online!

Check it out here.

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A good day to be broke

apr 8, 2015 by admin    No Comments    Posted under: Activities, Art, Ukategorisert

Get a free Oslo Pass and be the traditional tourist, this Sunday in Oslo!

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Super Sunday Market Fun!

mar 14, 2015 by admin    No Comments    Posted under: Art, Shopping, Ukategorisert, USE-IT

Find treasures, cheap souvenirs and maybe some retro Norwegian design at one of the Sunday markets in Oslo.


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Exhibition openings today

mar 5, 2015 by admin    No Comments    Posted under: Art, USE-IT

We have selected several galleries that have exhibition opening or events today and made a route. You only need to follow it!

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Exhibition opening today

feb 26, 2015 by admin    No Comments    Posted under: Activities, Art, USE-IT

We want to tell you about some of exhibition openings this Thursday in Oslo and all the cool, sick and weird you can experience, totally for  free.

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A shameless culture feast

sept 11, 2014 by admin    No Comments    Posted under: Activities, Art, Consert, Food, Nightlife

Oslo Culture Night is back! Rejoice!

If I were to rate my top three things it would probably be:

1. Free stuff

2. Cultural stuff

3. Happenings where all of Oslo get together to create a great and free festival.

This year cultural euphoria hits town on friday 12th of september (tomorrow)! It’s finally time for the annual Oslo Culture Night.

Oslo Culture Night is a free festival with events spread all over town. It’s Norways biggest one-day festival, and this year they’ve got their biggest program ever. Experience a wide range of shows, activities and culinary… stuff… on 125 different locations.

Check out their amazing 39 page (!) program (in english) with events from all over town.

Take a course in cooking, watch an interesting debate, visit NRK, check out great concerts or learn martial artis.

We guarantee you that you’ll find something interesting. And if you don’t, then we’re sorry to inform you that you’re kind of a downer.

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Foto: Vidariv – Flickr

Experience Oslo: Street art

mai 2, 2014 by admin    No Comments    Posted under: Activities, Art

Do you want to experience Oslo like a local? Oslo Free Tour invites tourists and locals to join a street art discovery every Sunday this month.

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A free day at museums!

aug 26, 2011 by admin    No Comments    Posted under: Art

This Saturday you can visit a handfull of Oslo museums free of charge!

If you’re in town this weekend and you’ve already scheduled a museum day, then you’re in luck. This saturday The Norwegian Museum Association invites everyone to a free day at various museums. Here’s an overview of some of the museums that are open:

Norways Resistance Museum
Akershus festning, building 21
Norway was occupied by Germany for five years during the second World War, from 1940 to 1945. The museum portray the Resistance movement’s battle against the germans.

National Museum of Contemporary Art
Bankplassen 4
The museum is Norway’s national centre for modern art. There are permanent and temporary exhibitions of international and Norwegian artists. Perhaps the only museum in the world where visitors can leave behind bags and coats in a vault – the museum is located in the monumental 95-year-old former headquarters of the Norwegian National Bank.

Museum of Natural History
Sars’ gate 1
Here you’ll find: Greenhouses, the Zoological Museum and the Geological Museum (with a full-sized T-rex) and the Botanical Gardens (see “Parklife” for info on the Gardens). Take the underground to Tøyen/Munch museet.

Nobel Peace Center
Brynjulf Bulls plass 2
The Nobel Peace Center presents all the Nobel-price winners and their work.

Norsk Folkemuseum
Museumsveien 10
Norway’s largest and oldest folk museum is an open-air collection with more than 150 houses transferred from other parts of the country. You can visit one of Norway’s few remaining medieval stave-churches, and talk to the nice guides dressed up like 18th century inhabitants. Especially worth a visit if you don’t have a chance to visit other parts of Norway. There are daily activities in the open air museum all summer.

Museum of Science and Technology
Kjelsåsveien 143
Cars, planes, computers and trains. And alot more. Excellent for children. Take bus 54 from Jernbanetorget or Aker Brygge, or the tram to Kjelsås Railway Station.

Oslo City Museum
Frognerveien 67
The Oslo City Museum was established in 1905. It houses a historical collection about the history and development of Oslo.