Holmenkollen Ski Museum & Ski Jump Tower, Oslo
About Holmenkollen Ski Museum & Ski Jump Tower, Oslo
Holmenkollen Ski Museum & Ski Jump Tower, Oslo - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Kongeveien 5, 0787 Oslo, Norway
Ticket Price: 100 NOK
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
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This large hill has been used as a ski-jump for over a hundred years! It’s hosted some of the most important ski moments and events. The jump itself is an intimidating, imposing looking structure of steel and concrete.
The museum here is nearly as old as the tower itself. It’s exhibits cover:
- The history of skiing (there are skis-equipment here from 600 AD).
- Norwegian Polar Exploration
- Modern skiing and snowboarding
- A Ski Simulator
More popular is the observation deck at the top of the jump tower, from where you may catch wonderful panoramic views of Oslo.
Kollensvevet! – a zipline using which you can jump off the Holmenkollen Tower to experience the same thrill as skiers do. You’ll drop 107 metres and the view is spectacular. It’s really expensive though, and may not always be open.
Holmenkollen Ski Museum & Ski Jump Tower Information
- It’s a long and steep walk uphill to the museum.
- Parking is free.
Holmenkollen Ski Museum & Ski Jump Tower Ticket Prices
- Adults Admission NOK 120.00
- Children Admission NOK 60.00
- 110.00 Senior/Student Admission NOK 100.00
- Free with Oslo Pass
How To reach Holmenkollen Ski Museum & Ski Jump Tower by Public Transport
- Metro 1 stop Holmenkollen (the jump is a 10 minute walk away).
- Drive here or get a taxi.
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Holmenkollen Ski Museum & Ski Jump Tower, Oslo Reviews - Write a Review
Really cool museum on the history of skiing with the best views in Oslo. Note that it’s quite the hike from the train station. Additionally, it can get very cold up here so layer up.
The views from the top of the ski jump are incredible on a clear day. The ski museum has 1200 year old skis and modern equipment plus lots else.
The whole area is worth visiting. We wanted go to the view point but there was 1 hour plus queue so we just went for a walk. There are nice places for walks, e.g. the training ski jumps.
Smallish museum but the best part is actually outside. The ski jump. The museum has some cool history and great collection of snowboard and skis. There is a ball pit for kids to play in as well as train table.
Just the place is awesome, so green and blue sky (in our day in August) We visited the Museum and the Tower View. It's a great spot from Oslo to visit
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