Nice place to visit on a sunny day You can spend hours walking around Beautiful sculptures Highly recommend if you are visiting Oslo.
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These sculptures are some of the most beautiful I've seen. This is truly "The Circle of Life" park. It has some access along slopped paths so that you do not have to handle the massive amount of steps. My friends carried my walker to the...More
Essential to have a guide to get the most out of these statues which are a revelation.Open to question and interpretation,The subjects are life,age,conflict ,love and betrayal.This is undoubtedly the top attraction for interest in Oslo.It can be busy,especially with cruise ships in town.So pick...More
The park itself is large, beautifully laid out and of course this is Norway so the park is spotless. The sculptures are amazing. We are travelers and have never seen anything like it. The men and women of all ages and the children...the sculptures tell...More
A beautiful outdoor sculpture garden donated by Vigeland. All his sculptures have to do with the cycle of life, from birth to death. Wonderful images and a fantastic theme. Park is also lovely. A nice walk but lots of steps.
Once you have been to Vigeland Sculpture Park, you can understand why it is one of Oslo's best tourist attractions. It is easy to get to from the city's centre either by a short train (T-Bane) or tram trip. It was a sunny Sunday morning,...More
The museum is dedicated to Gustav Vigeland. He used the building as a workingplace for creating the sculptures for the park. Afterwards the building became a museum. It's well worth exploring as it shows other works by Vigeland, both drawings and paintings. And how he...More
The King asked for a timeless park. Keep that in mind when you visit all the sculptures. It's free and everyone from Oslo told us we had to go see it.
i had read about these sculptures before visiting Oslo. The park is lovely clean well kept..The sculptures are fantastic,there are such a lot & absolutely fascinating. If on a cruise, the ship docks right at the city.A short walk to the shops & you can...More
It is known to be the largest scuplture park in the world created by one single artist by the name of Gustav Vigeland. It covers 80 acres and contains over 200 iron & bronze statues all depicting life cycles. It is an awesone sight to...More