One of Oslo’s popular museums is the Holmenkollen Ski Museum, a sightseeing location with amazing panoramic views of the city. Visitors are welcomed here daily, and if you have the Oslo Pass, you can get free entry.
Strolling through the museum will take you through Norway’s 4000-year old skiing history. It has artefacts from popular Norwegian expeditions of the polar heroes Nansen and Amundsen. The location is truly fancy from where you can see the oldest ski jump underneath. There are around 2500 pair of skis showcased in the museum, some of which belonged to famous skiers of the past.
There is an elevator that takes you up an epic tower to a lookout point that gives you spectacular views of the surrounding areas. The museum also has indoor recreational area called Blåkollen for kids with slides and playhouses. The visiting times are from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm from Monday to Sunday. Inside the premises you will find a café, a museum shop, and several permanent exhibits.