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Oscarshall: Davide Rivalta 2024

This summer 

The Royal Palace is open for tours from June 22 to August 18. This year marks the 175th anniversary of the completion of the Palace and the 750th anniversary of Norway's first nationwide law: Magnus Lagabøte's Landslov, a significant focus of this year's tours. 

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In Queen Sonja Art Stable, the public can experience the Royal Family's own photographs in the exhibition "Royal Photographers." In Ridehuset, 43 school banners created between 1886 and 2016, are on display. 

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Oscarshall is open for tours until September 15. This summer, visitors can also enjoy the Italian artist Davide Rivalta's animal sculptures in the park surrounding the summer palace. 

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During the summer season, the oldest part of the Palace Park – the Queen’s Park - is also open to everyone from seven in the morning to eight in the evening.

Current Activities

Official Engagements

Afternoon Tea

His Royal Highness The Crown Prince hosts an Afternoon Tea at the Royal Palace in honour of Her Royal Highness Princess Astrid of Belgium (16:00).

Oslo Pride 50 Years

His Royal Highness The Crown Prince attends a concert at Oslo Opera House to mark 50 years of Oslo Pride (19:00).

World Refugee Day

His Royal Highness The Crown Prince takes a walk at Bygdøy with regufees and refugee guides from the Norwegian Red Cross (15:00).