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Get the best of both worlds on one 3.5 hour tour: experience some of Oslo's world famous art while enjoying the amazing nature and scenery for which Norway is famous. This tour combines fjord views and beautiful forests with art and history, all while discovering a part of the city overlooked by many tourists.
The tour begins with a charming tram ride up the hill to the starting point of the walk (tram ticket not included, please see the price category below for more details). The highlight of the tour is the amazing Ekeberg sculpture park, which blends stunning nature with one of the world's most original sculpture parks, focusing on the strength and role of women. Walking through the forest perched above the Oslo fjord, it is an unforgettable journey from one surprising sculpture to the next.
Another great site which shouldn't be missed yet is rarely visited by the average tourist is the viewpoint from which Edvard Munch painted the Scream more than 100 years ago. Imagine standing where one of the world's most iconic paintings was first sketched.
Along the way, we pass some amazing World War II history, one of Oslo's most beautiful art-deco restaurants with a coffee stop included, and the city's original old town Gamlebyen.
Nature? This tour has it!
Fjord views? Too many to count!
World class art? Check!
History? Thousands of years' worth!
The walk is accessible to most participants but please note there is a steep descent towards the end of the tour which takes about 5 minutes going down. The tour begins with a tram ride taking the participants up to the starting point of the walk, so there is very little uphill walking.
* 3500 kroner flat fee for 1-10 participants
* Price includes a coffee/drink stop at the Ekeberg restaurant
* Please note that this tour uses public transport trams, which is not included in the tour price. If you have the Oslo Pass or a public transport pass, then you are ready! If not, please make sure to add-on public transport tickets during the check-out process. Tickets range from 50-90 kroner depending on the age of the participants.
About 7-8 kilometers (4-5 miles) during approximately 3 hours (with many stops during the way).
The most challenging part of the tour is the final descent from the park restaurant back into the city centre: it is a steep downhill for about 5 minutes. It is not wheelchair accessible and best for children ages 8+.