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Vigeland Park
Stroll through a statue park
Vigeland Park
Vigeland Park
Stroll through a statue park
Vigeland Park
Vigeland Park
The Vigeland Park is the world's largest sculpture park made by a single artist, Gustav Vigeland.

There are amazing statues, take time to walk along. You can also visit the Vigeland Museum, that is nearby.
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Stroll through a statue park
With over 200 carved granite or bronze sculptures by Gustav Vigeland, the Frogner Park is a great place for a morning stroll or afternoon picnic. Tram service goes directly to the park making it easily reachable from the city center.
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Vigeland Park
With over 200 bronze, granite and cast-iron sculptures created by artist Gustav Vigeland (1869-1943), the impressive Vigeland Park is the world’s largest single-artist sculpture park. Even with the scale of his works and the rolling park as a backdrop, Vigeland’s emotionally charged human forms have an intimacy about them. The most popular sculptures on display are The Little Angry Boy, Monolith and Wheel of Life. The nearby Vigeland Museum further reveals the artist and his life’s work.
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Vigeland Park
Regarded by many as Norway’s number one free tourist attraction, the sculpture park presents the life’s work of Norwegian artist Gustav Vigeland (1869-1943). More than 200 of his bronze, granite and wrought iron sculptures are on display in the park, which Vigeland himself designed. You can walk through the park in just ten minutes, or spend an entire morning strolling around the eerie sculptures, many of which take human form. Don’t miss the famous monolith made from a single piece of granite, the Oslo City Museum and the glorious Frogner Manor House filled with paintings and furnishings from the 1800s. Bring some snacks, as the surrounding open space of Frogner Park is one of the best places in the city to enjoy a picnic lunch.

Nobels gate 32, 0268 Oslo, Norway
+47 23 49 37 00