Vigeland Sculpture Park – Oslo, Norway

Vigeland Sculpture Park – Oslo, Norway

 
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.
 
Read more about my trip to Oslo
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Quick facts about Vigeland Sculpture Park
 
Name: Vigelandsanlegget
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.
 
My rating: 
★★★★/★★★★★
 
 

 
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19 thoughts on “Vigeland Sculpture Park – Oslo, Norway

  1. Men vilket bra tips 🙂 Aldrig hört talas om det där stället förut men det låter som ett härligt ställe, speciellt om man är konstintresserad som jag är.

  2. Vad häftigt med en sån park. Han som gjort alla statyerna har verkligen haft fullt upp under sitt liv. Så många han hunnit gjort 🙂

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