The sprawling Frogner Park in the heart of Oslo is one of the Norwegian capital's most popular tourist attractions. The 45 hectare public park is open all year round and free for visitors to explore. During the summer months the park truly comes to life, with locals and tourists who gather to play games in the park and relax in its beautiful surroundings.
Explore Oslo's enchanting park
Each year between 1-2 million visitors take in the sights and sounds of Oslo's city park. Originally Frogner Park was part of the grounds of Frogner Manor, a former estate and one of the oldest and largest agricultural properties in Oslo. Today the manor is home to the Oslo City Museum, which documents the history of the city.
Inside the park visitors will find Vigeland Park
- a stunning sculpture park which showcases the life works of Gustav Vigeland. Frogner Park also houses Frognerbadet swimming pool complex, and Frogner Stadion sports stadium. Wandering amongst the bridges, fountains and picnic areas of Frogner Park, there are many hidden gems for guests to discover.
City centre accommodation
Pick the Park Inn by Radisson Oslo hotel for accommodation close to all the city centre attractions. Our comfortable, stylish hotel rooms in Oslo
are sure to complete your experience in the Norwegian capital city.