Oslo Opera House
Visitors to the Norwegian capital can look forward to a cultured evening in the beautiful Oslo Opera House.
Home to the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet, the Opera House boasts a packed schedule of shows, featuring everything from Beethoven to Cuban dancing, jazz concerts to children's shows. There are also a number of commission art projects for visitors to enjoy, and guided tours covering the history of the Opera House.
Visit the Opera House
Rising from the surrounding water, the impressive Italian marble and white granite structure is one of the largest cultural buildings in Norway. Having opened its doors in 2008, the Oslo Opera House has been the recipient of the culture award at the World Architecture Festival and winner of the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture.
The main auditorium seats up to 1,364 guests, and the cool white interior of the Opera House is perfectly complemented by a stunning chandelier, made of 5,800 handmade crystals.
Central Oslo accommodation
Situated in the area of Bjørvika, Oslo Opera House is only a short walk from the city's other arts venue, the Oslo Spektrum
where an array of modern concerts are held. Pick the Park Inn by Radisson Hotel in Oslo
for centrally located accommodation, close to the Opera House and many other attractions.