This tour starts from from Rådhusbrygge 3 (pier 3) waterfront of the Oslo City Hall.
Board a boat and sail past a maze of green islands dotted with picturesque summer houses. The Norwegian coastline offers a dramatic mix of mountains, fjords, quaint villages and graceful castles. The boat sails past the picturesque islands in the inner part of Oslo Fjord dotted with walled medieval towns and imposing fortresses.
The tour by coach takes you to the center of Oslo where you can see:
• Vikingships: Visit one of the few remaining preserved Viking Ships. The main attractions at the Viking Ship Museum are the Oseberg ship, Gokstad ship and Tune ship. In addition, the Viking Age display includes sledges, beds, a horse cart, wood carving, tent components, buckets and other grave goods.
• Fram Polar Ship Museum: The Fram Museum depicts the history of the polar explorers. The main attraction of the museum is the famous polarship, Fram, from 1892. The ship is displayed in its original condition with interior and objects perfectly preserved.
You can visit one of between Munch Museum or National Gallery or Ibsen Museum. (Depending on opening hours of the included museums).
• Munch Museum: Munch Museum, is an art museum, dedicated to the life and works of the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch.
• National Gallery: It was established in 1842 following a parliamentary decision from 1836. The Gallery includes pieces by sculptor Julius Middelthun, painters Johan Christian Claussen Dahl, Erik Werenskiold and Christian Krohg.
• Ibsen Museum: The Ibsen Museum (founded 1990) occupies the last home of the playwright Henrik Ibsen. On the occasion of the hundred-year commemoration of Ibsen's death, 23 May 1906, the Ibsen Museum reopened a completely restored writer's home with the original interior, original colours and decor.
Last but not least, you will get a photo stop at the Oslo Opera House, is the home of The Norwegian National Opera and Ballet, and the national opera theatre in Norway.
The tour ends at the starting point.