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Oslo Transport Museum, Oslo
(4.1/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • One of the really good things about this museum is that you can actually go inside almost all of the trams, buses and underground trains on display. If you have visited Oslo during the sixties, sevent...  more »
  • A very nice museum that contains quite a lot of well conserved vehicles (tram, metro and bus). I would not hesitate to go back and would certainly recommend it to people interested in this! :D 
  • The entrance ticket costs only 40 crowns, the Museum is open from Friday to Monday from 12 to 15. In fact it is a tram depot, bus and metro. Very special, with the final part "pointy" and with the skis, is the so-called Gulfisk, the "Golden fish", a tram from unusual form. Shortly provided information materials in other languages, as well as Norwegian and English, is the shop, where you would expect the ability to purchase vehicle models on display in the Museum. And instead, you do not find anything like that, but just cheap toys.
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  • Very nice small museum in the middle of Oslo. You wont spend more than an hour here in general, but its worth a visit and its a great museum from an amateur group.
  • Amazing train and tram exhibition, from all the way from the start of Oslo public transportation!
  • The museum shows the history of the public transport in Oslo from the horse tramway up until today. It's nice for both adults and children to visit. The museum shop offers books and a cup of coffee. Well worth a visit!
  • Nice little museum with trams and busses from Oslo's public transportation history. Travel back in time and imagine yourself in the 1920 or 1950.
  • Exciting for the young and a little nostalgia for the adults. Worth a visit!
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