Boats leae from Dröbak every hour and are 5-10 €. The surroundings of the 2 islands is beautiful with trails of a few km. The fortress was in use until 2002 so it is very well kept. Totally worth a visit.
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if you are in Oslo, you need to stop by this place. I stopped here back in Feburay and I was so glad I spent the time
Right outside the small and cosy city of Drøbak, this old fortress is something to visit. War-history(WW2), often concerts and you can wine&dine too!
Friends from the area took us to the island fortress and told us the story of this significant place. On the island there is a movie that tells the same story, and the guns and the grounds are fascinating. It is a short ride from...More
Ok guest harbor with exciting opportunities to learn about Norway's assault on German warships during World War II. In the museum The guest harbor has a restaurant serving simple dishes. Norway's best greek salad I have been served there.of a nice Greeks
Nice place to visit for anyone with an interest in history. And even for those who just want a day by the Oslo fjord. The fortress is located on two small islands without traffic. This is a super place for kids to run around, safe...More
A perfect place to spend a sunny afternoon accessible by scenic ferry from Oslo during summer. Plenty of history with the high point acting as a speed hump to the German occupation in 1940.
The fortress is a central piece of Norwegian history, perfectly kept including torpedo bays and artillery pieces. We had a guided tour of it, the guide was a retired artillery officer and he really made history come alive. This fortress must be one of the...More
The fortress is on an island and you can reach it by ferry from Oslo or ferry from Drobak. We went from Drobak and the trip only takes five minutes. It is nice to walk around the island to see both the fortifications and the...More