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Visit Oslo Pass

Highlights
  • Experience the best of Oslo with a city pass
  • Simple inexpensive and hassle-free way to travel
  • Free entry to 36 museums and attractions
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Visit Oslo Pass
From US$47.64
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48 Hour Visit Oslo PassMost Popular
Unlimited use for 48 hours from time of first use
From US$71.76
24 Hour Visit Oslo Pass
Unlimited use for 24 hours from time of first use
From US$47.64
72 Hour Visit Oslo Pass
Unlimited use for 72 hours from time of first use
From US$89.86
Overview
Sightsee your way around the Norwegian capital with the Oslo Pass. Available with a range of validity periods, the city card is your ticket to get to know the city. Use it for free admissions to must-visit attractions like the Kon-Tiki Museum and Akershus Fortress, and make use of discounts at Tusenfryd theme park and Oslo Winter Park among other sites. Extra benefits include free public transport in select zones, discounted restaurant meals and more.
What to Expect
Select a 24-, 48- or 72-hour Oslo card when you book. Then exchange your booking voucher for the city pass at Oslo Tourist Information Office. The pass starts its validity period when you note the date of first use on it. 

Use your pass to enjoy a range of exciting inclusions, from 36 free museum and attraction admissions to discounted boat tours and meals. Perhaps use it to visit Oslo’s famous Kon-Tiki Museum, or have a go on the ski simulator at Holmenkollen, and enjoy lunch at several downtown restaurants and cafes.

Additionally, the pass offers free transport within Oslo’s Zone 2 transport area. Read the Itinerary for a full list of benefits and inclusions.
Reviews (231)
1 - 5 of 8 reviews
Reviewed 1 October 2018
Oslo public transportation

Oslo has great public transportation, especially if you are located near to Jerbanetorget (Central Station). Trams and buses are scheduled frequently and have easy access for people with mobility problems. Check fees for sights you plan to see. A simple transportation pass for 1,2 or...More

1  Thank Explorer816382
Reviewed 17 July 2018
Cracking value for money

Oslo Pass has to be the best way to get around and visit the sights and museums in Oslo. Great value for money which meant we did not have to purchase separate travel tickets and museum entry. Discounts in some places as well.

7  Thank seanny_p
Reviewed 8 July 2018
Oslo City Pass

We bought the 24 hour Oslo Pass and were able to use it for 2 museums in Oslo, the ferry to visit the Viking Ship Museum, Fram Museum, and Maritime Museum as well as the Nobel Peace center and eat at 3 restaurants. Also some...More

6  Thank Frances D
Reviewed 2 July 2018
So worth it!

The 48 hour pass was a great value for our 3 days in Oslo. (The first day we got our bearings and meandered.) This pass covers all transportation...trains, busses, ferries...and entrance fees to all the major sights. No lines, no coming up with the correct...More

8  Thank Connectors
Reviewed 23 May 2018
a rip off if you as me!

My wife and I spend several days in Oslo. We bought the two day Oslo Pass and visited 5 museums. After I got home, I did the math. The five museums, including the boat ride to the Viking museum would have cost us $116.00. We...More

20  Thank Luis M
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