Guided tours of the Royal Palace
The Royal Palace in Oslo is open to the public from 22 June until 25 August. All visitors follow a guided tour through some of the most important and beautiful rooms.
The exhibition "Where Queens Meet" is part of the tour this year. Through the display of clothing and objects we meet Queen Sonja and Queen Maud in some of the most beautiful rooms in the Royal Palace: by the Palace Balcony, for afternoon tea in the Mirror Hall, at a grand Palace ball in the Great Hall, and at a table laid for Norway’s first ladies, past and present, in the Banqueting Hall.
We are closed 19 August. Please follow the link for details on tickets and opening hours.
Photo: Øivind Möller Bakken, the Royal Court
Congratulations are presented today from His Majesty King Harald to His Excellency Mr Egils Levits, President of the Republic of Latvia.
World Heritage at Vega
In 2004, UNESCO inscribed the Vega Archipelago on the World Heritage List. Today His Royal Highness The Crown Prince was in attendance to open the new Vega Archipelago World Heritage Centre – Norway’s first authorised centre of its kind.
Concluded in Bergen
His Majesty The King accompanied the President and First Lady of the Republic of Korea on a tour of the HNoMS Maud at the Haakonsvern naval base in Bergen today. The State Visit was concluded at Troldhaugen, the home of composer Edvard Grieg.