City Sightseeing

Top Tours & Attractions

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3 must-see hop-off attractions

Here goes a selection of sights you cannot miss. Hop off at bus stop 7 for a visit to The Viking Ship Museum. It is most famous for the Oseberg ship, excavated from the largest known ship burial in the world. Hop off at bus stop 12 to soak up with culture and architecture at the Nobel Peace Centre, the Stenersen Museum, and Oslo City Hall. Finish up at bus stop 16, the Oslo Opera House - home of The Norwegian National Opera and Ballet - and get to the top floor to get an astonishing view of the Barcode Buildings. From there, you can also take the tram to Ekeberg Sculpture Park to take a stroll while enjoying the 31 sculptures scattered around the park.

Ideal for cruisers

If you visit Oslo on a cruise, we will be there for you! The City Sightseeing Bus Tour runs in spring and summer, from April through September. Cruisers arriving in Oslo will be able to board our double-decker buses directly outside the cruise terminal, right after the port security gates. You will spot our iconic red buses after a short 5-minute walk! City Sightseeing double-deckers arrival times match cruise schedules. Get ready to explore Oslo as soon as you arrive!