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Oslo Reptile Park has more than 100 animals: boa constrictors, geckos, chameleons, tree monitor lizards, several species of poison dart frogs, beautiful tarantulas and a black widow (one of the world's most venomous spiders), a caiman, tortoises...more
I was there on a rainy Sunday morning. Lots of families with little kids so it was a bit crowded since it's fairly small. I think they have something like 60 specimens. In addition to reptiles there are a number of spiders. Who knew there...More
Went here as we had the Oslo Pass. We surprisingly enjoyed ourselves and thought it was one of the better things you can visit on the pass. All the enclosures are very good and look like a lot of time and money had been spent...More
This place really should be called the Oslo Reptile Two Tiny Rooms in a Downtown Building. But guess that doesn’t flow off the tongue as well. “Reptile park” just sounds better and makes you think of wide open spaces, which this isn’t. The two tiny...More
This is a marvelous place; very different from the other typical tourist attractions. The small colored frogs are wonderful.
The only reason I am giving this Very Good instead of Excellent is that some of the animals need more room - especially the marmosets. Give...More
My little brother 9 loved this place he was amazed of the little frogs and scared of most of the others 😂 watch our full travel video on YouTube Oslo trip dilara and poyraz part 2 I think has the whole video of the reptile...More
Oslo Reptile Park: This turned out to be a great little place, we walked along the city street, got to where it was supposed to be (remember this is in the city and we are looking for a 'Reptile Park'), we thought it may have...More
It's a few months since I was in Oslo but I recall this being in an old house. The ground floor would probably be accessible but I don't recall there being a lift to the first floor. Fyi there was a modern art museum right... More
It's a few months since I was in Oslo but I recall this being in an old house. The ground floor would probably be accessible but I don't recall there being a lift to the first floor. Fyi there was a modern art museum right opposite the reptile park that is suitable.