Guided tours of Oscarshall
Oscarshall summer palace is open to the public during the summer season. The 2020 season lasts from 27 June until 30 August.
The summer palace of Oscarshall is located on the peninsula of Bygdøy just outside Oslo city centre, surrounded by a romantic park.
A tour of Oscarshall
The tour takes the visitors through the most imortant rooms of Oscarshall.
On the ground floor, we find the vestibule with its almost sacral atmosphere. In the Salon, both the furniture and the ornamentation emphasise the medieval atmosphere, and evoke the style of the old Norwegian guildhall. The Dining hall is deocorated by the Norwegian painters Joachim Frich and Adolph Tidemand.
The salon evokes the style of the old Norwegian guildhall. Photo: Anette Karlsen, NTB scanpix.
Please find more information about the rooms:
The tours are in Norwegian. We are unable to offer regular guided tours in English. However, we do our best to adapt the tours to the English speaking audience. We also offer booklets with information in English.
We encourage visitors to take a walk in the palace park after the tour.
Park and Café
The park surrounding the summer palace is open to all during the opening hours. There is no need for a ticket to enjoy the garden.
The café "Dronning Joséphine" is closed this summer due to the corona situation.
Originally, when the Royal Family visited Oscarshall, their servants stayed here in "the gentlemen's quarter". Today, there is a small outdoor stage here. Photo: Jan Haug, the Royal Court
Tickets and opening hours
Tickets are available through Ticketmaster and in the museum shop to the right of the main building. Please find detailed information on ticket prices and opening hours in the "Facts" sections to the right (or at the bottom if you are using a mobile device).
Tickets are available at the lodge to the right when arriving at Oscarshall. Photo: Anette Karlsen, NTB scanpix.
Due to closed events, Oscarshall may be closed to the public. These dates will be announced here and on Facebook.