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Tusenfryd, Vinterbro

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Theme Park Water / Amusement Park
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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418 reviews
  • Nice rides and attractions ... really depends on what you're used to and what one would expect. Can't be compared to some of the Scandinavian places as the Liseberg amusement park, djurs, fårup etc. .. The food in the Park is one chapter for themselves unimaginable animals, are poor quality and often Loong waiting time ... Unfortunately though, so I have experienced that the toilets are filthy and smell like ammonia, not done much to make this better.
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  • Tired, non-customer-friendly, in part, rude staff. Did not feel particularly welcome by the staff. I was only one of many visitors, and were treated accordingly. The staff was more interested in your phone or the employee in the booth next to it, than the customers. The whole area is in need of a thorough upgrade. It seems that if one is more keen to bring in new atteraksjoner, than to maintain the site and they already have. Also there was the food. The need not to say anything egt particularly different about than bad, absent and greatly overpriced. Are you a tourist in Oslo, is not the park especially well to, as you more or less have to know about the Park in advance, as well as the fact that you as a tourist need to know how to get you there whether you have or do not have a car at your disposal. You do not have that connects to the Park and are a tourist in Oslo, it is almost impossible to detect it, since it is very bad to makredsføre. Have had my first and last visit there. Are you a tourist in Oslo, use the time for something better!
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  • By Coop we paid just over £ 300 for two children and one adult. For that, we got several hours karusellåkande. No lisebergsnivå but it is perfectly okay standard, and there is something for everyone. The kids had fun all day and that's what is most important in this context.
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  • Expensive to get in, cost us approx €50 each. Some really cool rides. We got a bus from Oslo which was really handy and easy to manage. Worth a visit for something different to do if you don't mind the price.
  • Really fun rides here! Would highly recommend taking Speed Monster and Thunder.
  • As far as amusement parks in Norway go it is the biggest and best. A bit dated.
  • Fine amusement park with lots of things to do.
  • Charming place, some parts a bit run down. Pushing a bit too much of the pay for attractions.

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