Tusen Fryd Amusement Park
Rides, shopping, and restaurants. The latest ride is the SpinSpider, which "throws" you 44 meters (144 feet) up in the air at speeds of up to 115 km/h (72 mph). The park has many other rides, including the ThunderCoaster, one of the world's best wooden rollercoasters.
The park also features Barnas Fryd, an area especially made for the youngest children. In summer, there is a swimming pool, swimming river, a triple slide and beach volleyball.
Children (0-95 cm) Free entrance
Children (95-120 cm) 240 kr - 290 kr
Adults (120 cm +) 295 kr - 370 kr
TusenFryd entry is 20 % off with the Oslo Pass.
You also get a discount if you buy buy your ticket at www.tudenfryd.no or at the Tourist Information Centres in Oslo.
Tel: 64 97 66 99
The Royal Palace can be explored by tours throughout the summertime. , The tickets for the tour must be bought in advance from a post office. If there are vacant spots in a tour, they sell the remaining tickets at the Palace itself to people waiting in line who don't already have tickets. There are about 2 tours in English on weekdays English-language tour
Admission: 95 kroner
Location: Located at the end of KarlJohans gate, the city's main avenue.
T-Nationaltheateret, tram 13-19 to Slottsparken
This Summer Evening Cruise offers rides on traditional wooden boats. A traditional Norwegian prawn buffet is included in the price: Prawns "au naturelle", lemon, mayonnaise, bread and butter.
Admission: Adult 395kr. 15percent discount with the Oslo Pass Depart: from Pier 2 every evening in the summer season.
Duration: Approx. 3 hours
Tel: 23 35 68 90
Adults 78 kr
Children 37 kr
Senior/Student 57 kr. Free w/ Oslo pass
Helgesens gate 90
Tel: 23 46 22 90
Disney on Ice - Features ice skating performances by some of Walt Disney's best loved characters. Held at the Oslo Spektrum on Sonja Henies Plass.
Inferno Metal Festival- Continuing into April, this festival features heavy metal bands from around the region, and around the globe.
Norwegian Constitution Day - The 17th of May is cause for celebration in Norway. Festivities commemorate the historic liberation from Denmark on May 17th, 1814.
Norwegian Wood - Annual 4-day rock festival in the open-air bath Frognerbadet in Oslo. There are usually big stars, as well as unknown Norwegian bands.
Bollywood Fest - combination dance and film festival, this event celebrates the look and style of India.
Oslo Jazz Festival - Modern jazz with around 75 different concerts. Usually has about 18,000 visitors.
Ultima - Running from late September to early October, this modern music festival started here in the early 1990s.
Oslo International Film Festival- Featuring some of the best films of the year, both local and international.
Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony - Held annually on December 10th at the Oslo Town Hall (Radhus), this world-famous event honours some of the most notable people of the year.