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Visiting Oslo doesn’t have to be expensive. A lot of things don’t cost anything. For instance, the University Botanical Garden at Tøyen, just next door to the Munch Museum in the east of the city. The Garden is home to about 7500 different species of plants. It’s captivatingly beautiful in the spring when the park is in full bloom, and in the autumn when the colours of the leaves shine in the sun.

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Botanisk hage
Sars gate 1
0562 Oslo
+47 22 85 17 00

If your Oslo itinerary includes more than one museum or sight, you’re best acquiring an Oslo Pass. One museum I find particularly impressive is the Norsk Folkemuseum, the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History. Its open air section presents 155 original historical buildings from all over Norway. The highlight of the museum is an original stave church that was relocated from the Norwegian village of Gol in 1885.

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Norsk Folkemuseum
Museumsveien 10
0287 Oslo
+47 22 12 37 00