One of Oslo’s most beloved tourist attraction is Vigeland Sculpture Park.
The Sculpture Park, located in Frogner Park consists more than 200 sculptures made by the same artist – Gustav Vigeland (1869–1943). The sculptures portray naked humans in a variety of poses and situations – some more unnatural than others and all of them tells a different story. Let’s just say that you can spend quite some time here without getting bored since there is a lot to look at!
If the weather is good, bring a picnic and enjoy the big open space of Frogner Park.
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Quick facts about Vigeland Sculpture Park
Built: Started 1924
Entrance fee: None
Location: Frogner Park, Oslo
Who should visit?
I honestly think that everyone can find something that interests them with the variety of weird poses – you don’t have to be particularly interested in art to enjoy this.
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