Well worth a trip even if you're not a ski nut. Plenty of interest for those keen on history and culture and don't miss the polar explorer material.
About Holmenkollen Ski Museum and Ski Jump Tower
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We walked up from the car park (which was free for both cars and motorhomes) and wandered around. I found the vertiginous viewing area very scary and decided not to go up the ski jump itself. Even watching the zip line was scary... great for...More
The ski jump was breathtaking, especially watching zip liners speeding down from the summit! Must see, since travel guides don't convey the enormous height. Views from this elevated location are very scenic.
You have to be VERY interested wintersports to venture all the way up to Holmenkollen to see this small museum. The simulator is the only thing even close to fun in this place, and that's the only reason to hand it one more star. But...More
I love to ski, so I was already going here anyway... but boy am I glad I did. A fee of about 10-12 USD gets you entrance to the ski museum but also a ride to the TOP OF THE SKI JUMP where they have...More
Getting to Holmenkollen is easy on the T Bane train but there is a walk uphill to the complex. The jump tower is extraordinary. I have much more respect for Eddy the Eagle. The museum is very interesting for the ski enthusiast but perhaps not...More
Great museum with history of skiing showing the earliest ski equipment used for competitive events and the history of the winning skiers with their equipment the won with . Fascinating if you have a interest in skiing and the long jump .
We visited this on a foggy day and we thought it would be such a disappointment since we wouldn't see the whole city view. However, the fog was quite magical and we still went up in the elevator and enjoyed the ski museum. I would...More