This unique museum and a sculpture park is completely dedicated to the work of a single man: Gustav Vigeland.
The prominent 20th-century Norwegian sculptor created several hundred statues out of various materials throughout his career, most notable among them the design for the Nobel prize. You can find most of them collected here, along with the artist's sketches, designs, and photos. Even the sculptor's flat is a part of the exhibitions.
The easiest way to get to the museum is via tram. Line number 12 has a stop in front of a nearby park. Before visiting, make sure to check the official website of the museum, as there are often concerts or other events that you might not want to miss hosted here.
May 2 - Aug 31:
Tue - Sun: 10 am - 5 pm
Sep 1 - Apr 30:
Tue - Sun: noon - 4 pm
Closed: Jan 1, Good Friday, Easter Sunday, May 1 and 17, Dec 24, 25 and 31.
Adults: NOK 80
Students, seniors (67+), children (7+): NOK 40
Children under 7: free
Official Website http://www.vigeland.museum.no/
Phone +47 23 49 37 00
Address 32 Nobels gate, 0268, Oslo
Coordinates 59°55'22.138" N 10°42'1.678" E