So much to see and do, I've been twice and would go again. Architecture and costumes stick in my mind, as well as the fresh lefse that you can buy if you are lucky. There's a lot to see indoors and out.
About The Norwegian Museum of Cultural History
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I didn't expect much here, but was pleasantly surprised. There's a small indoor museum giving information about Norweigian history, and then a large outdoor area presenting a few different eras of buildings and architecture in Norweigian history. It was nice to walk around (I was...More
This was good to experience as most of the houses there are the originals and have stood there for years. It's a nice walk around; you have live characters walking around doing chores. Gives you a good experience. Going inside the houses was good as...More
This is a remarkable mainly outdoor museum which preserves the historic buildings and folk culture of Norway. The 'stave' wooden church is of particular note. There is a daily programme of events bringing to life historic Norwegian life.
Great collection of homes, churches, schools and rural living in one location. Hands on at each location, great outdoor family sites to enjoy. This outdoor museum should be enjoyed when the weather is great.
Wonderful display of houses, farms, barns and village shops in this extensive, open air museum. Demonstrations of cooking, pottery, sewing, etc. by tradesmen dressed in period costumes is fun and educational. Some shops sell their wares - others are mini museums in and of themselves....More
We spent half a day here before going to the neighbouring Viking Ship Museum (also excellent), the Maritime Museum and the Kon Tiki museum, all on the Oslo Pass. This is doable if you get there for opening time, but you could have spent longer...More
This museum was one of several on our list of possibilities for an afternoon trip over the water from Oslo. As it was sunny we went for this to make the most of an outdoor attraction. You'll be impressed with the variety of architecture and...More
I loved this museum. A must-see if the weather is nice. Lots of interesting exhibits inside and outside, as well as many buildings to see. A walk through Norwegian history.