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Address: Sorkedalsvn 826, Oslo, Norway
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+47 22 50 48 59
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12:00 - 16:00
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Tue - Sun 12:00 - 16:00
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Bogstad visitors' farm has cows, sheep, goats, chickens, rabbits and...

Bogstad visitors' farm has cows, sheep, goats, chickens, rabbits and horses, as well as pigs during certain periods. The farm at Bogstad is run by the Municipality of Oslo, and thousands of children come to visit every year. Open for everyone all year.

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Summer stroll

Stroll down here for a long walk, traditional farm buildings and sunday fairs. Worth a visit in the summer holidays, as more activities are on.

Reviewed 18 January 2017
Mikeair80
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Oslo, Norway
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Oslo, Norway
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Reviewed 18 January 2017

Stroll down here for a long walk, traditional farm buildings and sunday fairs. Worth a visit in the summer holidays, as more activities are on.

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Thank Mikeair80
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Reviewed 11 July 2016 via mobile

We went there to see any chances there is a open farm day. This farm has been there from 1700. This is old farm and maintained for heritage for the young to learn. Few buildings or rooms converted to small museum. It is big estate and lake beside golf course.

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Oslo, Norway
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Reviewed 8 June 2016

Went there on a sunday fair. Visited the museum on a guided tour . It was nice but a small place showing the Anker family history. The best part was the dance show at the ball room. The elderly people involved did really well. Opposite to the museum, there is a barn with sheep, chickens and pigs. The main attraction... More 

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Thank binoyrjn
Oslo, Norway
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Reviewed 20 January 2016

This place is a stunning old farm / mansion / museum during the summer and even more fantastic during the winter. Worth a visit

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Thank JSteen2013
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Reviewed 25 March 2015

A noble mansion at the Bogstad Lake, this is were Norwegian modern history was made. This is were statesmen and kings, ambassadors and businessmenn met for discussions and lavish dinners. Norwegian´s most powerful and richest man, Herman Wedel Jarlsberg (1779 - 1840) , lived here most of his life. It was here he and his ravishing wife entertained guests from... More 

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Thank OysteinS2
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Reviewed 14 March 2015

A historic place situated near by the Bogstad lake. The food was quality home made and tasted good. A place to bring both your family and friends.

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Thank Lars H
Oslo
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Reviewed 3 March 2015

Bogstad Gård has a significant place in the history of Norway as the home of the Anker family. A family that participated importantly in the creation of The Constitution of Norway and subsequently the independence of Norway. The Mansion has been well conserved and is well worth a visit. Situated by the Bogstad Lake the view is perfect both summer... More 

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Thank Knut F
Oslo, Norway
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Reviewed 6 October 2014

The food was lovely, simple, but nice, the atmosphere is very quaint. Will make it a must next time I have foreign visiters as it really gives you a feel of how life in Norway on a farm was back in the old days. I noticed a wedding there. Makes sense, the setting is perfect.

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Thank tabitha7772014
Oslo, Norway
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Reviewed 5 September 2014

Norwegian political History, mansion interior dates back to 1800-1900, english gardens, right on the Bogstad Lake, organic planting and farming, idyllic, family friendly, nice play grounds, sheep and pigs and horses, what more would you want? Expensive cafe, but quality home made foods, U can learn how to bake bread every Tuesday at 12.00

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Thank karinmkeane
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Reviewed 6 July 2013

Having returned I would have to say that Bogstad is a lovely setting. The cafe was overpriced so I would recommend bringing your own picnic. I have a 17 month old son and having read the website about having many animals to see, we only came across 2 cows and a few lambs and sheep. That was perhaps a bit... More 

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