Norwegian Museum of Cultural History
Discover more about Norway and its people at the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History on the Bygdøy peninsula, in the west of Oslo. This fascinating museum is the perfect place to spend the day, whatever the weather, as it features a wide range of indoor exhibits as well as the oldest open air museum in the world.
Just ten minutes’ drive from the stylish Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, Oslo, the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History has something for visitors of all ages and is also close to a number of other museums, including the Kon-Tiki Museum and the Viking Ship Museum.
Discover the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, Oslo
The Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, also known as the Norsk Folkemuseum, contains exhibits relating to the Norwegian way of life from the beginning of the sixteenth century to the present. The open air section of the museum features more than 150 buildings from different historical periods, including the Stave Church from Gol, which was constructed during the twelfth century.
The museum’s indoor exhibits include folk costumes, folk art, toys and exhibits tracing the history of the country’s Sami culture.
Sightseeing from the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, Oslo
The upmarket Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, Oslo, makes the ideal base for anyone wanting to visit the city’s many attractions. This conveniently situated city hotel in Oslo is close to popular attractions like the Munch Museum, the National Gallery and the Viegland Park, as well as the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History.
With spacious, comfortable guest rooms and superb amenities, including a well-equipped fitness centre and sophisticated restaurants and bars, this hotel has everything you need for a relaxing stay.