Frogner Park, or Frognerparken, is a huge public park and garden in Oslo. We walked up and back just the main path, but off to the sides we saw joggers and people walking dogs on side paths and in large fields. The main path leads up a huge tree-lined avenue, across a sculpture-covered bridge, through a gorgeous rose garden, and to a large terraced patio with more sculptures and fountains. All told, there are over 200 sculptures, all of them completely in the buff. The park was absolutely beautiful, and its popular with both tourists and locals comes as no surprise. Admission is free.