FJORD SIGHTSEEING for 2 hours. From NOK 390

Departing from Pier 3, waterfront of the City hall.

This is the classic Oslo Fjord sightseeing. We pass through narrow sounds, idyllic bays and through a maze of islands with small summer houses. Oslo, with its superb location, offers unique opportunities on and around its fjord which stretches almost into the city centre. Discover the scenery from a sightseeing boat. You’ll sail past numerous islands, including Hovedøya and the Dyna Lighthouse, through narrow inlets and into sheltered bays so that you can capture the capital on camera from different angles. We will pass the Opera House in Oslo, housing The Norwegian National Opera & Ballet ensemble. The spot has been named Kirsten Flagstads place 1 after the opera's first director Kirsten Flagstad. It was designed by the architectural firm Snøhetta AS, which won an architectural competition in 2000. It was officially opened on 12 April 2008. The building has received many awards. The boat then passes close to the peninsula of Bygdøy, with many interesting museums as well as beaches such as Huk. You can also see the Maritime Museum with its veteran sailing ships moored outside, and the impressive Fram Museum, housing the polar ship of the same name.

We sell refreshments on board.


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Daily: 16 March - 22 June 1030, 1300 and 1530

Daily: 23 June – 26 August 1030, 1130, 1300, 1400, 1530 and 1630

Daily: 27 August – 14 October 1030, 1300 and 1530.

Winter season Saturday, Sunday and Mondays 1030, 1300 (and 1530.)

Winter season Saturday, Sunday and Mondays 1030, 1300 (and 1530.)

Same as above – but in winter we also include a stop.

During winter season:

A day at the Bygdøy Museums and Oslo Fjord Sightseeing:
First join the 2 hour Fjord Sightseeing leaving 10.30, then we make a stop at 12:20 on Bygdøynes letting passengers off for a  2.5 hours visit to museums, at 14:50 we depart from Bygdøynes arriving 15:00 at City Hall.