Oslo Pass 48 hours winter

Winter with the Oslo Pass

Here are some fun and money-saving suggestions with the 48-hour Oslo Pass in winter.

With the Oslo Pass in your pocket, you save money on activities, transportation and meals. Explore the city in the way that suits you best, whether you are travelling with your partner, friends or children. All the suggestions below are either free or discounted with the Oslo Pass.


Day 1: Begin the day with a visit to the Nobel Peace Center in the city centre. Walk over to Kaffistova, where you can enjoy a traditional Norwegian lunch before you take the tram or the train up to one of Oslo’s top museums for children, the Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology at Kjelsås.

Day 2: Start your day at Oslo Reptile Park - one of Oslo's most exotic attractions. Then take the metro up to Holmenkollen, where you can visit the ski museum, enjoy panoramic views from the jump tower and try the ski simulator. When you get back to town, enjoy a meal at Hard Rock Cafe Oslo.



Day 1: Learn about Norway’s most famous playwright at the Ibsen Museum, which also includes a guided tour of Henrik Ibsen's apartment. Get a real North Norwegian lunch at Rorbua on your way to Tjuvholmen and the Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art. In the afternoon you can stroll through the National Gallery or take the metro to the Munch Museum.

Day 2: Start you day with a bus ride to Bygdøy, where you can get excellent value from your Oslo Pass by visiting the some or all of the peninsula's six museums, including the The Kon-Tiki Museum, the The Fram Museum, and The Viking Ship Museum. Later in the day you can take the metro to Oslo Winter Park and ski or snowboard on 18 different slopes.

Prices 2018


24 hours: 395 NOK (≈ 42 EUR)
48 hours: 595 NOK (≈ 63 EUR)
72 hours: 745 NOK (≈ 79 EUR)



24 hours: 210 NOK (≈ 22 EUR)
48 hours: 295 NOK (≈ 31 EUR)
72 hours: 370 NOK (≈ 39 EUR)



24 hours: 315 NOK (≈ 33 EUR)
48 hours: 475 NOK (≈ 50 EUR)
72 hours: 595 NOK (≈ 63 EUR)
*Age limits and discounts