Activities this summer
Usually, the Royal Palace is open to visitors during the summer. This is not possible this year, but there are several alternatives you might consider.
In Queen Sonja Art Stable there is currently an exhibition showing graphic works by Edvard Munch.
Enjoy a visit to the park surrounding the Royal Palace. Most of the park is open to everyone every day 24/7. The part called "The Queen's Park" is open from 7 AM until 8 PM every day.
Oscarshall Summer Palace is located at Bygdøy just outside the centre of Oslo. It is open to the public Wednesday - Sunday.
Photo: The Royal Court
The most important room in the world
“The most important room in the world” was a gift to the United Nations from Norway in 1952. On Friday evening, Her Majesty The Queen introduced the digital exhibition on the design of the UN Security Council Chamber.
Homecoming, 7 June 1945
Today marks 75 years since the day King Haakon returned home after World War II. Hundreds of thousands of Norwegians welcomed the King and the family of the Crown Prince as they came ashore.
Happy Constitution Day!
The Royal Family marked Norway’s Constitution Day in both Asker and Oslo, and was present on the Palace Balcony as the whole country sang the national anthem of Norway at 13:00 pm.