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» A short journey in Norway ...
A visit in Oslo would not be fulfilled if it doesn't include a trip at Bygdøy and in Bygdøynes peninsula.
It is one of the most exclusivist residential areas of the city and a well known touristic destination for many reasons:
- Bygdøy houses a select group of museums that present the history of Norway culture and its specific character, maritime tradition and the bold dicovery expeditions.
- the most part of Bygdøy is still covered by forests, groves, meadows and parks with numerous plant species.
- the moust famous beaches of Oslo such as Huk (ordinary and nudist) and Paradisbukta are in Bygdøy.
Bygdøynes step by step
Visitors, locals or tourists, come here to enjoy the wonderful landscapes and to explore ones of the most remarcable museums of Europe. You can get there by car, bus and ferry.
» There are many sights to see:
• Norsk Sjofarts-museum
The most southern museum of idilic Bygdøynes, Norsk Sjofartsmuseum (The Norwegian Maritime Museum), is situated next to Frammuseet si Kon-Tiki Museet and it has its own quay and a wonderful view on Oslo Port and the entry from the fjord side.
The Norwegian maritime traditions, including the industrial fishing, wessel building, navigation and marine archeology, all are in the center of the collection.
This museum is the center of a Marine Archeology Department that protects all the discoveries made along the Norwegian Coast.
The museum library has a valuable collection of drawings, marine literature, archives and photos.
• Norsk Folkemuseum
Over 150 buldings gathered from the Norway were assambled in this open air museum, the most original and the largest in Europe.
It was founded by Hans Aall in 1894 in a period of nationalist enthusiasm.
The farms rebuilt here evokes the ancient quotidian life routine of fishermen comunities.
The city buildings from all the country areas were reconstructed in order to create Gamlebyen – the Old Town. The visitors can admire here traditional costumes and hand made wooden pieces proving the tradition of wood carving.
The Vikings Ship Museum, part of The University Museum of Cultural Heritage exibits two of the best kept viking ships of IX century and parts of a third one.
Discovered in in three funerary mounds these ships are considered among the most important Norwegian cultural treasures.
• Kon-Tiki Museum – present to its visitors the famous expeditions of thor Heyerdahl.