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Tusenfryd, Vinterbro
(2.7/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web)
Norway's biggest amusement park, Tusenfryd features over 30 attractions and games, including roller coasters, merry-go-rounds, a haunted house, a log ride, and a seasonal waterpark. Do not miss the most popular attraction--a spinning spider--which looks like an enormous arachnid whirling at the speed of 115 km/h (70 mph). The speed monster ride and thunder coaster (during which you experience weightlessness) also make your head spin. Kids can meet characters from their favorite cartoons like SpongeBob Squarepants or play at the frog jump. Weekends can be busy. See Tusenfryd and all Vinterbro has to offer by arranging your trip with our Vinterbro vacation route planner.
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Reviews
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  • Daisy is something I've been stopping by once about every other year. Every time I am amazed at how much money you are able to use where, on everything from tickets to food and attraksjons pictures. It's probably a fun place for children, but for me that is there will be some 21 fort boring. Would recommend those who bother to make packed lunches in advance to save on money.
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  • the park is not good, and it is really expensive. there is nothing to watch, unless you like watching carousels. the food is also bad, and overpriced. 
  • The park is ok with nice rides for all ages. The food however is expensive and quit bad, so I would bring my own lunch the next time. 
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  • I love this park. It is not too big and not too small. You can find fun for everyone. We went to try the new attraction Ragnarök and it was so great. It is great that they are extending the park but the downside is that it is a lot uphill. You can take the bus it stops right outside. We tried one restaurant and the food was good it was just cold when we got it. This is a great place.
  • If you're more into the more "extreme" rided that throw you around and make you scream, and if you dont have smaller kids, i'd say be ready for a sea of dissapointment, just go to liseberg in gothemburg, sweden instead. Both parks will set you back about as much money after a day and they are not rediculusly far apart. Actually... Just go to liseberg, i do not recomend this park to anyone, it feels old and untreated and the personel are too inefficient (making short ques take a long time). The food is really expencive and rides dont tell ypu the quetime (like they do at liseberg, where you can see it in the app aswell). And closing time att 18:00? Really?! The day ends half way through no matter if you want it to or not. Dont expect to ride even half of the attractions once. And if you by feel the need to torture yourself if you shall find yourself at tusenfryd, i recomend "thundercoster". It's extremly loud, very shakey (uncomfortably) and if you're a bit skinny the thing that holds you in will give you strong pains during and after the ride. Dont go there, that's my only tip. Go to liseberg.
  • Great amusement park with great rides for all ages. A little lacking in the food department with only mediocre fast food available.
  • Entrance fee is very high, the food is overpriced and not any good despite promising "A taste sensation you will never forget" (Maybe they mean that is so bad that I won't forget it) at the particular restaurant I was at the burger was cold despite picking it up as soon as it was ready, and the fries were cold and tasteless. I also found out that the burger was really messy, so I looked for napkins which of course is usual to get with your order. But no napkins came with my meal nor could I find any at the desk. One of the people in my group actually found a whole screw in her meal. The staff is annoying sometimes and some of them were horribly slow and provided bad service. When I got there 14/06/16 (which is a summer period) half of the attractions were closed due to "technical difficulties" the water park was closed and many of the rides never ended up working in the 6 hours we were there. Others opened a few hours. I ended up spending 1000 kr just for a ticket, a meal and a few games. Maybe this is why it is called "Tusenfryd" Never going back there ever again.
  • The best amusement park in the Oslo area! Very nice to spend the day with the kids.