Norway’s cosmopolitan capital is home to innovative architecture, world-class museums, and many of the country’s most prestigious cultural institutions. From the charming wooden houses along Damstredet to the vibrant Aker Brygge Wharf by the inner harbour, Oslo’s diverse neighbourhoods each offer something unique for your students to explore. A rapidly growing city, it has simultaneously earned the status of European Green Capital for 2019.
Oslo is the obvious choice for a Viking-themed school trip; at the Viking Ship Museum visitors can see the world's best preserved Viking ships up close: the Oseberg, Gokstad and Tune Ships. Head across to its partner museum, The Historical Museum, to view some of the most exquisite objects from the Norwegian Viking Age. It’s also not far from Vestfold, the county in Norway boasting the most traces of their proud Viking heritage.
Our Suggested Itinerary
Flight from London to Oslo and transfer to accommodation.
Free time exploring Oslo’s city centre. Highlights include Aker Brygge Wharf, Damstredet, and the Royal Palace.
Optional evening activity: A group game of bowling!
Marvel at the world's best-preserved Viking ships: the Gokstad, Oseberg and Tune ships, at the Viking Ship Museum.
The New Viking Age exhibition at The Historical Museum contains some of the most exquisite objects from the Norwegian Viking Age.
Visit Norway's Resistance Museum, which documents Norway's domestic World War II history from 1940 to 1945.
Optional evening activity: Laser quest tournament!
Full day excursion: the Vestfold Viking Trail.
This guided bus tour includes the chance to experience what it was like to live as a Viking, visits to significant burial mounds, plus the chance to see the original Klåstad ship!
Optional evening activity: Team building at Fangene på Fortet!
Depart accommodation for flight back to the UK.
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