Oslo’s Amazing Architecture Private Walking TourBook this tour now
OSLO. 2hrs. Oslo’s architecture scene is nothing short of amazing! On our private walking tour of Oslo’s Amazing Architecture we’ll dive into its rich history and discover works displaying how old and new styles are seamlessly intertwined.
Modern high-rises, colourful historical buildings, a commanding hilltop fortress and evolving shoreline recreational areas, Oslo is an exciting place to be! The Norwegian capital is undergoing enormous changes with a number of acclaimed buildings already completed, and more incredible development projects underway. Join us on this architectural walk from the modern Aker Brygge and Tjuvholmen area on the western shore, via Kvadraturen - the historical centre of Oslo - to the remarkable Bjørvika area in the east, illustrating how old architecture and new modern buildings are seamlessly intertwined in the Norwegian capital.
We'll take you on an adventure to discover some of the amazing architectural masterpieces of Oslo including the Oslo Opera House, Barcode project, and Astrup Fearnley Museum. Additionally, we'll discuss exciting new works currently under development including the National Museum, the new Munch Museum and the Deichman Main Library.
On our Oslo's Amazing Architecture Private Walking Tour, dive into the architectural history of the capital with your private guide and discover a great selection of buildings that make Oslo what it is; a beautiful Nordic city with a rich history and great ambitions.
Tour includes: Private Guide
Location: Brynjulf Bulls plass 1, 0250, Oslo, Norway
Participants: Minimum 1, Maximum 30.
Length: 2 hours
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