Within the Frognerparken, the largest public park in Oslo, you will actually find the Vigeland Park, conceived by Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland. Visited every year by more than a million people, this open-sky museum is on the list of the most popular attractions in Norway. The park lets you stroll through its paths while admiring 200 of Vigeland's creations from the first half of the 20th century, the accomplishment of decades of work.
In bronze, granite or iron, the statues represent the cycle of human life, from birth until death, and show women and men exhibiting their feelings of happiness, pain, hope and yearning for freedom. Among the most famous sculptures, do not miss out on a 17-metre high monolith made up of a hundred interlaced characters, or that of an angry child, that has become one of the symbols of Oslo and that you will see on many postcards.
Vigeland Sculpture Park (Vigelandsparken)
Nobels gate 32
+47 234 93 700