Oscarshall Palace is a maison de plaisance located in the small fjord Frognerkilen on Bygdøy in Oslo, Norway.
The palace was built from 1847 to 1852 by the Danish architect Johan Henrik Nebelong on commission from King Oscar I and Queen Joséphine of Norway and Sweden. In 1881, King Oscar II opened the palace to the public as a museum.
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Dag-Magne Høiseth | Dec 29, 2017
Park area close to Frongerkilen, a good walk from the city center. During opening hours you can have a walk around the garden/park area. Some nice photo opportunities in the garden. It is also possible to have a guided tour inside the "castle", check price and availability on their web page.
KAJAL CHAKRABARTY | May 29, 2018
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Ali Vedat Dicleli | Mar 20, 2018
An average gallery, but there is a cafe with outdoor seating surround my nature in a historical setting, which makes it a must see in Oslo. It's a little spot of paradise hidden in the woods with bay view. You can stroll from the city centre on the promenade, then brief part next to the road and then inside the woods.
Tor Aabo | Nov 13, 2016
Tiny small Fairy Tale Castle. Stunningdeco painting som and deco inside and a beautiful park.
Bjørn Gregory-Stærk | Aug 24, 2017
The only drawback of this tour is that it's all in Norwegian.
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