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Oslo is the best city for leisure time activities as well as adventurous sports. One can stroll around the city, go sightseeing by boat or bus, cruise the epic fjords, ride a bicycle, play golf or go skiing; outdoor activities in Oslo are full of enjoyment and fun!
Adventure Parxs ( Visit Site )
Adventure Parxs Theme Park located in Stensrudvannet, is famous for its summer, Christmas and customer oriented parties. It also has access to the beach in the beautiful nature of Oslo. Adventure Parxs organises parties and events on request. They offer facilities such as, Paintball fields (5000 m2), wine tasting, a climbing wall which is 13 meters above the ground, battle of five, and kick-off/events, outdoor camping, bachelor parties and team building. Most of the activities are arranged at the venue itself, but according to customer requirements locations can be changed.
Address: Stensrudåsveien, 1294 Oslo, Norway
Tel.: +47 22 444700
Child Planet ( Visit Site )
Child Planet is an indoor playground for children. This two-floor children's activity centre is equipped with ball pond slides, climbing structures, bouncy castles and many other exciting activities.
Address: Middelthunsgate 21A, 0368 Oslo, Norway
Opening Hours: Friday: 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, Adult and children under 6 months is free
Tel.: +47 23 330644
Megazone / Paintball Park ( Visit Site )
Located in Møllergata 24, Megazone is equipped with Laser tag. There is also an indoor paintball with glow-in-the-dark rubber balls. Further, the Megazone GlatiatorZ zone offers entertainment sports like sumo wrestling, mechanical bulls and an obstacle course.
Address: Møllergata 24, 0179 Oslo, Norway
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday: 2:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Saturday: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm, Sunday: 1:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Tel.: +47 22 988550
Cruise-Båtene AS ( Visit Site )
Cruise-Båtene AS is fully equipped with a large selection of charter boats to assist all kinds of tours and special events on water. Their boats range from an ancient 100 years old steamship to modern motor yachts.
Address: Rådhusbrygge 2, 0158 Oslo, Norway
Tel.: +47 23 003060
Soncruise is a 47-foot schooner privately hired to customers and companies who want to experience the breathtaking scenery of Norway's fjords. The boat is based at Son, at the Oslofjord, 50 kilometres from the Norwegian capital of Oslo. Its customized itinerary features team building events, romantic trips, corporate getaway and family get-togethers.
Address: Charter Oslofjorden, 0154 Oslo, Norway
Tel.: +47 11 904711, +47 64 953138
Visit our Oslo cruises page, for more options.
Asker Golf Club ( Visit Site )
Asker Golf Club is situated in Asker, outside Oslo. It features a practice area, a pro-shop, changing rooms, a driving range, and trolley and buggy hire.
Address: Høgåsveien 35, 1383 Asker, Norway
Tel.: +47 47 923622
Losby Golfklubb ( Visit Site )
Losby Golfklubb is equipped with two separate golf courses. It offers a 72 bay floodlit range, two putting greens, a short game area, changing rooms, a restaurant, trolley hire and a pro shop.
Address: Losbyveien 270, 1475 Finstadjordet, Norway
Tel.: +47 67 923340
EKT Riding school and visitors' farm
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EKT Riding school and visitors' farm is equipped with horses, pigs, goats and sheep. It offers pony riding for children along with horseback riding classes. The riding school also makes arrangements for birthdays and weddings (with prior appointment).
Address: Ekebergvn. 99, 1181 Oslo, Norway
Tel.: +47 22 199786
Jegstad Farm ( Visit Site )
Jegstad Farm is a well-established farm with animals, shops, café and other activities for children. It offers horse carriage riding along with nature trails winding through Viking burial mounds, stables and a farm museum.
Address: Drøbaksvn 40 1540 Vestby, Norway
Tel.: +47 91765119
Søndre Aas farm ( Visit Site )
This is an old farm run by the municipality of Oslo. Together with horse riding lessons, Søndre Aas farm allows children to interact with sheep, pigs, roosters and hens, peacocks and cats.
Address: Rosenholmveien 11, 1252 Oslo
Opening Hours: Weekdays: 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Closed on Sunday
Tel.: +47 22 612851
Frogner Ice Skating Rink / Frogner stadion
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Frogner Ice Skating Rink is an ice skating club that offers figure and bandy skating classes. During summertime, the stadium's artificial grass is used for soccer and American football.
Address: Middelthuns gate 26, 0302 Oslo
Tel.: +47 22 441 720
Oslo Winter Park Tryvann (Tryvann Vinterpark)
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Oslo Winter Park Tryvann (Tryvann Vinterpark) is Oslo's main ski resort. It is equipped with 14 slopes and 6 lifts for alpine skiing, telemark skiing and snowboarding, along with nursery slopes for beginners and children.
Address: Tryvannsveien 61, 0791 Oslo, Norway
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Tel.: +47 40 462700
Hode Over Vann ( Visit Site )
An Oslo based company; Hode Over Vann arranges rafting activities and river kayaking in and around Oslo.
Address: Hellerudveien 13c, 0672 Oslo, Norway
Tel.: +47 92 261844, +47 23141090
Bike Rides ( Visit Site )
Cycling is the best option in Oslo if one wants to discover the city in a different way. There are a number of cycle routes, lanes, paths and trails one can take whilst going on a ride.
Round Bygdøy: A romantic route which mainly involves visiting nature by leaving the crowded areas aside.
The Bathing Spot: A short and easy way heading towards the Nordstrand bad (the bathing area).
Mosseveien: A trail with sharp turns and curves.
The Forest Ride: A beautiful ride round the Nøklevann and Ulsrudvann Lakes.
The River Ride: A ride round the Jungle towards the west of the city.
The Vantage Point: A ride round the Valhall curve going towards Edvard Munch.
Address: Clear Channel Norway AS, Postboks 467 Sentrum, 0105 Oslo, Norway
Tel.: +47 81 500250