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Use your Oslo car rental to take scenic day trips to the Norsk Folkemuseum, an amazing open-air museum comprised of over 150 buildings dating from the 17th and 18th centuries, or drive to Drobak where you'll find Santa Claus's own post office amidst year-round Christmas craziness. The possibilities are endless!
Oslo, the capital city of Norway, is a great place to visit any time of year. A rental car in Oslo is ideal for travel in Norway as it allows tourists to experience everything this great city has to offer with the convenience of a self-driven tour. One of the most popular and fun places to visit in Oslo is the Bygdøy Peninsula on the west side. Primarily a residential area, this spot is well-known for its beautiful beaches, trails, and walkways. It is also home to the Kon-Tiki Museum, a memorial to the famous 1947 cross-Pacific expedition of Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl. Other popular attractions on the peninsula include an open-air Folk Museum, which exhibits the history of the unique Norwegian folklore, and the Fram Museum, which documents the tale of Norwegian Polar explorers. Bygdøy is also home to a Viking Ship Museum and the Oskarshall castle.
While you're cruising the west side in your Oslo rental car, stop by Frogner Park, which is home to the famous Vigeland park, the largest sculptural collection by a single artist in the world. Visitors to Oslo should also drive down to the Bjørvika neighborhood, the site of the Oslo National Opera House, which is one of the most beautifully designed modern buildings in the world. The Holmenkollen neighborhood is also worth a visit, especially for those with an interest in skiing, who will delight to see the ski museum and large ski jump (if you come in winter months, you may have a chance to see it in use). Those who appreciate fine art must visit the city's National Gallery, which exhibits many pieces by well-known masters, including several painted by Norway's own Edvard Munch, including The Scream (Oslo also has a museum dedicated to Munch's work that's worth a visit). The Royal Palace in Oslo is the current residence of the Norwegian monarch, one of the last remaining monarchies in the world. For information and tips about driving in Norway, visit our driving information page.
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