Tourist in your own city, Oslo 17 April 2016 - What's on? -

Tourist in your own city

On 17 April 2016 the inhabitants of Oslo are invited to be tourists in their own city for free.

The purpose of the event is for the Osloites to get better acquainted with the city's museums and attractions, as well as familiarizing yourselves with the Oslo Pass and the public transport system. We hope in this way to make you enthusiastic ambassadors for Oslo and knowledgeable hosts for visitors.

9 am
Official opening in front Of City Hall: Welcome speach by Oslo's mayor Marianne Borgen. 

9.30 am–3 pm
Museums, attractions, sightseeing companies, Ruter and VisitOSLO meet you at stands inside City Hall. 
Get your free Oslo Pass from VisitOSLO's stand outside City Hall. 
Travel for free on public transport inside zone 1. 

Complete programme (PDF 5 MB)

Please note: The free Oslo Pass is printed exclusively for this event and is valid only on 17 April 2016. It does not include all the advantages of the regular Oslo Pass, which is sold all year at Oslo Visitor Centre, Ruter's Service Centre, hotel receptions and many other sales points across the city.


Get your free Oslo Pass in front of Oslo City Hall, in Borggården
Get your free Oslo Pass in front of Oslo City Hall, in Borggården
Photo: VisitOSLO/Tord Baklund

New this year
This year it was possible to preorder the Oslo Pass. Only a limited number of tickets were available for preordering. We have given out more than 5000 tickets in advance, and it is no longer possible to preorder. 

The rest of the tickets will be handed out on 17 April. This year they will be given out outside City Hall (in "Borggården" in front of the building), which will allow for a more effective handout.

We have thousands of tickets left, and hope to see you on Sunday! 

You are welcome to go inside City Hall; you can meet some of the city's museums and attractions at info stands, and there are tours of the building. uses cookies

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