Holmenkollen Ski Museum

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Sunday - Friday: 10 AM - 4 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Entry Fee : 0 - 6 - Free
7 - 18 - 80 NOK
Adults - 160 NOK
Students - 140 NOK
Family - 400 NOK
Groups (10 members) - 140 NOK

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Holmenkollen Ski Museum, Oslo Overview

The world's first ski museum, the Holmenkollen Ski Museum, founded in 1923, is set below the well-known ski jump. A display of 2500 pairs of skis, some of which have belonged to the Royal Family and Norway's most well-known skiers, walks you through the 4000-year history of skiing.

Along with an exhibition on snowboarding and contemporary skiing, the museum also displays artefacts from the arctic explorations of Norwegian heroes, Nansen and Amundsen. Skiforeningen is the owner and manager of the Ski Museum. This organization is in charge of planning the sporting events and activities in Holmenkollen National Park. The unique children's area Blåkollen, also known as "the blue hill," is a hit with young ones since it has a variety of slides, playhouses, and intriguing crannies. You can take the elevator from the museum foyer up to the famous ski jump tower plateau, which offers stunning panoramic views of the city.

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