We went there on an evening by public transport and it's a bit of an uphill walk after the metro. But it's worth it. We bought a ticket and went with the lift up to the jump tower! Great rewarding view over Oslo and the...More
About Holmenkollen Ski Museum and Ski Jump Tower
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No wonder Holmenkollen is so popular! Norwegians are born with skis under their feet, and Holmenkollen dates back to 1892 when the first competition was held in the hillside. With several changes throughout the years, the skijump has increased considerably in size, and the actual...More
The museum and jump tower were a great addition to our visit to Oslo. The museum was really interesting and had a few things for the children to play with (wobbly skis and snowboard and ball pool). They had a presentation on the northern lights....More
After visiting the Viking Museum and others on the Bygdoy peninsula we decided to visit the ski jump as we had the Oslo pass(good value). Catching the metro at the National Theater station we proceeded to the Holmenkollen stop.After a 5minute uphill walk to the...More
The big jump at the Holmenkollen is great. However there are 4 other jumps right nearby. We randomly came across summer ski jumping (yes apparently that is a thing) at the Midstubakken. It was probably about a 15 minute walk through the rollerski course and...More
The ski jump is just amazing and we loved the trip to the top in the special lift car! The views from the top are breathtaking and the museum itself is fascinating! Worth the trip!
Excelent views from top of the ski jump across Oslo to the Harbour. interesting watching the brave tremble thier way on to the Zip line to the botton, backed out of this one. Museum has interesting ski artifacts through the years, but for those not...More
Great views and the ski simulator was a bit of fun. The ski museum itself is a little overrated but with the Oslo pass it gets you to the top to see the view
Free with Oslo Pass. The museum was also interesting, but for me the real number 1 was the ski jump tower. The panoramic view over the city and fjord is marvellous....
Breathtaking views, beautiful scenery and an interesting exhibit on the history of skiing make this place well worth a visit. The train ride up itself is a beautiful journey. One thing I wouldn't recommend is the ski simulator - quite pricey and nauseating!