Below we provide some suggestions for things to do in Oslo during Easter.
For a complete guide to events, please see our event calendar for Oslo.
Children's activities in the museums
Many of Oslo's attractions offer special Easter activities for children, such as the Folk Museum and the Museum of Science and Technology. The Mathallen Food Hall offers egg decoration and other activities.
Check our children's calendar for suggestions!
Many interesting exhibitions will remain open through the Easter holidays. These are some of the highlights:
Please see our exhibitions list for more suggestions.
Music at Easter
As always, the Inferno Metal Festival takes place at Easter. Abbath and more than 30 other bands will be performing this year’s festival 12–15 April.
Other music highlights this Easter include Oslo Cathedral Choir & Barokkanerne performing Bach's Saint Matthew Passion, as well as daily Easter concerts at the Opera.
See our concert calendar for more suggestions.
There are sightseeing tours by bus and boat every day during Easter.
Or you can join a guided city walk in Norwegian with Oslo Guidebureau. They offer a new walk with a new topic every day through Easter.
The Opera House offers guided tours in English every day through the holidays. Go behind the scenes at this architectural masterpiece!
Please see our sightseeing calendar for more tours.
In the city centre it's definately spring now, but it is still possible to go skiing in the hills of Oslo.
For downhill skiing, Oslo Winter Park is open every day during Easter, 10 am to 5 pm.
Cross-country skiing is still possible, but only in certain parts of the Oslo forest. Check with Skiforeningen for suggestions on where to go.
See our comprehensive event calendar:
What's on in Oslo