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Bygdoy Peninsula

Bygdoy, Oslo, Oslo 0286, Norway
+47 22 44 97 00
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One of most delightful, romantic two-wheel rides in Oslo. Lush woods, park-like countryside, view of the sea, swimming areas, historic buildings and the royal cows are some of the sights to see along the way. Arrive from Aker Brygge via the 3-km cycle route along Frognerstranda to Hengesengveien, Bygdoy. Continue to Holsts vei - Rideveien - Huk - P.T. Mallingsvei - Langviksvei - Huk Aveny - Museumsveien - Wedels vei - Dronning Biancas vei Distance: 7 km Incline: insignificant Roadway: primarily fine gravel roads
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Bygdoy, Oslo, Oslo 0286, Norway
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The obvious reason to visit the Peninsula is the museums. They are worth the visit. But don't forget to walk around - get off at the first ferry stop and visit the Viking Ship and other museums closest to the landing. Then walk to the...More

Thank cgny1fwd
Reviewed 2 days ago

Bygdøy is a must-see for visitors to Oslo; this peninsula is a short ferry ride away from Oslo harbor & is worth spending an entire day on if you have the time. There are several museums on the peninsula; the two I saw were the...More

Thank savvyworldtraveler
Reviewed 3 days ago

With 5 museums plus beaches here this is worth a whole days visit & with the bus/ ferry probably justifies a one day Oslo card on it's own for adults ( not some museums are free for under 18s so the card is not such...More

Thank Martin H
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a gem location - so much to see and enjoy and it has written explanations in English. Well worth spending a couple of hours here and you'll learn a lot about early Norwegian life. Beautiful displays.

Thank dreamtraveler4
Reviewed 1 week ago

Come here to enjoy culture, nature, seaside and the panorama over the inner Oslo fjord. There are lots of museums, don't miss the Kon-Tiki, the Fram, the Viking ships and the Folkemuseet. All well-famous turist attractions. If you like to walk, take the 30 bus...More

Thank Giuseppe D
Reviewed 1 week ago

This little peninsula, easily reachable by the downtown ferry (10 min ride) has five or six different small museums, all gems in their own way. For an authentic look at the Vikings, don't miss the Viking museum. Walking around the peninsula, with its characteristic tile...More

Thank aprilan265
Reviewed 1 week ago

A short bike ride from the city centre, this peninsula is such a beautiful sight. We biked from Oslo on the bike path and visited the beach on Bogdoy. The water was warm due to the Gulf Stream and had lifeguards. We continued to bike...More

Thank ara_mdp
Reviewed 1 week ago

Bygdoy is easily reached from the harbour behind the Town Hall, Pier 3. Take a boat (Båtservice). It has two stops - to the first stop it takes only 10 minutes, to the second stop five minutes more. On the first boat stop you can...More

1  Thank AriHelsinki
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The peninsula area is full of different museums, lovely houses, boats and an amazing view. Take the ferry over through the fjord. Take the time to see some of the museums. I strongly recommend the Oslo Pass as everything will be free, all the museums...More

Thank Nicholas P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Bygdoy Peninsula is reached by ferry boat and there are many museums situated in the area. Beautiful properties abound.

Thank slightlydisapp0inted
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hilalasli
26 November 2016|
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Response from eggen2014 | Reviewed this property |
It is not very easy to plan a trip to Bygdøy in December if you want a warm day. Just now nov/dec the temp can be from - 5 to + 5 degrees. But put on nice, warm cloths, don't forget head and hands.The two next saturdays... More
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Helen W
19 June 2015|
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Response from Weinacht | Reviewed this property |
There are the occasional villas for rent, but only long term. There are no hotels in Bygdoy. However, the bus nr 30 from downtown Oslo only takes 15-20 minutes to reach all the museums, of which there are many exiting ones... More
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mollymoose12
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Response from duisdeil | Reviewed this property |
There are two ways to reach Bygdoy - (it is part of Oslo, and not far from the city centre) A short and fairly frequent passenger ferry from the pair in front of City Hall is one, the number 30 bus is the other, which runs... More
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