Oslo City Museum
Museum of the City of Oslo was built in 1905 in the park Vigeland. An important role in its creation played architect Fritz Holland. The museum is housed in a historic 18th-century mansion, formerly owned by the eminent old Frogner.
Today, the museum complex consists of the Theatre Museum, Museum of the City of Oslo and Oslo Intercultural Museum. The museum features exhibits testifying to the millennial history of the city, all kinds of sculptures and paintings, photographs and furnishings. It is also the largest library in the country, which contains unique historical materials about the city of Oslo.
You can get to the museum on the city bus number 20 or tram number 12, it is necessary to go to the bus stop Frogner Park.