Ekebergparken is a sculpture and national heritage park with a large international art collection surrounded by beautiful scenery and many spectacular lookout points. The regular cost of admission here is free.
The large park is situated on a hill on Oslo’s east side. The beautiful nature and splendid art offer visitors a serene experience. Enjoy a stroll through the magical woods with art and contemporary sculptures in all shapes and sizes along the way.The sculptures are representative of European art history of the last 130 years: admire the works of Renoir, Dalí, Abramović, Wrånes and many others.
Ekebergparken offers guided tours, art workshops and outdoor activities for young and old throughout the year. There is also a children's activity centre, Hakkespettene, and a very popular climbing park. The park has several cafés and restaurants, don’t miss the Ekeberg Restaurant, featuring classic functionalism and stunning views over the city. Ekebergparken is always open and is free to visit.