Norwegian Folk Museum

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Norweigan Folk Museum was located about 20-30min walk from Skoyen station. I walked but there are busses going there too I believe. It is close to viking museum. This place is huge and I don’t even know if I managed to see everything in this museum. There are old/traditional houses from all over Norway. You can go inside some of them and you can take pictures. It is a perfect way to know Norwegian culture and I quite enjoy walking around this park like museum. I have heard that you can try some Norwegian food there but when I was there, museum was quite crowded with local kindergarten kids and also middle schoolers so I only spent an hour or so strolling around. It is a must see place if you really want to know the Norwegian culture.

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One thought on “Norwegian Folk Museum

  1. reocochran says:

    My one side of the family (Mom’s) has Swedish ancestry so I looked to see if it reminded me of the photos and clothing. Very interesting and I do enjoy your comments.

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