Oslo is worth the visit for a long list of different reasons, and its natural beauty just happens to be one of them. The capital of Norway is home to countless parks, but none of them compares to Frogner, and here are a few things you can do during your visit.
Admire the Sculptures
This landmark park in Oslo is often referred to as Vigeland Sculpture Park because it’s home to a collection of over 200 sculptures by the Norwegian artist Gustav Vigeland. Frogner has been hailed as the world’s largest sculpture park made by a single artist, and you can roam freely and admire the sculptures during your visit.
Visit the Museums
Frogner Manor is the most notable building located on the grounds of this park, and it’s open to visitors. The main house of this manor now houses Oslo Museum—a cultural institution dedicated to the historical development of Norway’s capital city.
In addition to being Oslo’s largest public work of art, Frogner is, first and foremost, a park. It’s the best place in this city to go for a run, walk a dog, have a picnic with your family and friends, or simply relax and soak up the sun. It will also impress you with 150 different species of plants on its ground, especially its roses.