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Oslo: Paradox Museum Entry Ticket

1. Oslo: Paradox Museum Entry Ticket

Experience the world’s largest collection of paradox-based exhibits with this ticket to the Paradox Museum Oslo. Immerse yourself in experiential modern art that is larger-than-life. Capture fun and interesting pictures to share with your friends and family. Check in and show your ticket at the entrance before your timed admission slot. Follow the signs through a maze of exhibits that are designed to be experienced in a one-way flow system. Get incredible pictures of illusions with marked photo points that give you the best shot angle. Take the puzzle out of exhibits with descriptions that explain “what to do” and “what’s going on.” Learn more inspiring information with scannable QR codes. Feel free to ask questions about photos or get help taking group photos from the staff. Before returning to reality, visit the Paradox Boutique which sells a variety of games, clothing items, souvenirs, memorabilia, and gadgets.

Oslo: The Rose Castle Entry Ticket

2. Oslo: The Rose Castle Entry Ticket

Head high above Oslo at Holmenkollen to visit the gilded Rose Castle, an outdoor art project dedicated to democracy, rule of law and humanism, with this entry ticket. Featured on Time Magazine's "The World's 100 Greatest Places” list, The Rose Castle is made by the famous Norwegian artist brothers Vebjørn and Eimund Sand. Admire nearly 300 artworks which tells the story of what happens to a country and its people when totalitarian forces gain control and rob their freedom, how society stood up and fought to regain their freedom, and how these values will be carried on to future generations. See how 5 golden constellations shine to symbolize the 5 years of occupation, and the fight for freedom and human rights in Norway during the second world war. Read stories from the war that shed light on the foundations of society – the rule of law, freedom of expression, and humanism. Learn from history, put present time into perspective, and look to the future. See paintings, sculptures, and installations that serve as a reminder to never take democracy for granted and celebrate the value of freedom.

Oslo: Day Pass for Downhill Skiing at SNØ Ski Dome

3. Oslo: Day Pass for Downhill Skiing at SNØ Ski Dome

Visit the only ski dome in the world that offers cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, snowboarding, freeskiing, and ice climbing under the same roof. Whether you are a beginner, on a family trip, or a professional skier, you can play, learn, and test new skills on the slopes. Discover three alpine slopes, a beginner's area, a ski park, as well as a cross-country track hanging from the ceiling. Take in the world’s tallest indoor ice wall, or try SNØ’s ski school or private lessons with dedicated and professional ski and snowboard instructors. Book your lesson in advance by visiting , or by emailing a request to  Leave your bags at home and try on a new look with a clothing and equipment rental service. Find a number of sports shops offering some of the most popular brands in sports and outdoor fashion, skiing and winter sport, and even a shop that customizes the equipment for you. Dine on everything, from pizza and pastries to a cup of coffee, to be enjoyed from one of the eateries at the resort. Enjoy a warm snack while you take in the view of happy people on the slopes through the large panoramic windows.

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4.5 / 5

based on 119 reviews

We arrived at the Paradox Museum and where welcomed by lovely staff who explained that our experience would be better when we would scan QR Codes explaining the illusions. We had a lot of fun taking photos and reading the explainations of the pieces. The staff was always friendly and helpful, making sure we could get a picture at each station.

So much fun, we really enjoyed this activity, took some fab photographs and the staff helped us get involved, everyone was friendly, helpful and happy. Highly recommended

Unfortunately not enough storage space for clothes that you should put away. Unfortunately very crowded in the rooms.

Definitely make super help even if we didn't speak English perfectly It's not a problem

Great to see is a bid like the Escher museum in the Netherlands