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Holmenkollen Ski Museum and Ski Jump Tower

Kongeveien 5, Oslo 0787, Norway
+47 22 92 32 00
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A historic landmark in the Norwegian consciousness, Holmenkollen embodies more than a century of skiing tradition. Inside the actual ski jump is the Holmenkollen Ski Museum, the world's oldest ski museum. The museum presents over 4,000 years of skiing history and polar exploration artifacts. The observation deck on top of the jump tower offers panoramic views of Oslo. Open 365 days a year!
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Kongeveien 5, Oslo 0787, Norway
+47 22 92 32 00
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Reviewed 26 October 2016

The museum describes the history of skiing in an interesting way. To get to the top of the tower, you need to take the elevator, and there is often a long line, we waited about 1 hour to get up. But worth it, especially as...More

Thank Siri S
Reviewed 26 October 2016

I think visiting Holmenkollen was my most favorite part on my visit to Oslo. It is a little out of town but you can easily get there by metro (about 25 mins from the city centre) and then it is a about a 15 min...More

Thank Nikola M
Reviewed 26 October 2016

Myself and my friend decided on a cold windy Sunday morning in October to visit the Holmenkollen Ski Museum and Ski Jump Tower before our 24-hour Oslo Pass ran out. To get to the Ski Museum we took the number 1 metro from Jernbanetorget to...More

Thank Freedom2Breathe
Reviewed 23 October 2016

The is an interesting ski museum you can know more information from the ski jumping. But the most exciting part of the museum is the Jumping tower. You can go up from the museum by an elevator the traveling time is only 1-2 minutes. And...More

Thank davidmolnar92
Reviewed 19 October 2016

Went to Holmenkollen on a bus tour and as a result did not spend much time here. The trip up to the ski jump is lovely and looking both up the ski jump and down into the 'pit' was impressive. The location and surrounding area...More

Thank Paula S
Reviewed 19 October 2016

How many of us get to see a ski jump up close? Elevator takes you to the top of the ski jump, allowing you to stand right next to the beginning gate. Excellent views from the observation platform, which is large and offers 360 degree...More

2  Thank Debbie V
Reviewed 19 October 2016 via mobile

Being from a country NOT perpetually covered in snow, I have often been curious what it would be like to stand at the top of a ski jump and look down. I am not exactly terrified of heights, but I do get woozy looking over...More

1  Thank Carrie G
Reviewed 18 October 2016

Fantastic collection of skis and the history of skiing. a must for those who want to understand Norwegian culture. The Holmenkollen ski jump has been built, re-developed many times, typically in relation to new competions like world championships. You can see this inside the museum....More

Thank TORE H
Reviewed 18 October 2016 via mobile

Knowing how much Norwegians love snow and skiing we figured this is a place we must see. We took the underground from the city centre and got there in about 20 minutes I think. Fairly straightforward. When we got there we had a look outside...More

Thank CristinaAriadna
Reviewed 17 October 2016

Where winter Olympics were held. You get a real good view without any people on it and can see how long and dangerous it must be to ski down this. They also have a simulator machine so you can see what it would be like...More

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10 May 2017|
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Response from Preet0310 | Reviewed this property |
We visited from Copenhagen by sea cruise and we bought the ticket at the ship itself. But I am sure you can get city tour bus ticket as well.
19 January 2017|
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Response from lene_sk | Property representative |
Hello! It takes about 10-15 minutes to walk from the metro station to the ski jump,ski museum and the jump tower. In January we recommend winter shoes, There can be snow and ice on the ground. But there is no problem to walk... More
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13 November 2016|
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Response from lene_sk | Property representative |
There is a lift that takes you all the way to the top:) Welcome! Best regards Lene, operation coordinator in Holmenkollen.
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