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Meetings & Events facilities
All 16 conference facilities are conveniently located on the ground floor and span 2,000 square meters. As a highly experienced conference, banquet and event supplier, the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Oslo handles all types and sizes of functions, while still providing the personalized service for which the brand is known. Our meeting and event coordinators are available from start to finish to help you plan and execute a seamless event.
Incentive ideas in Oslo
Let Oslo inspire you with unforgettable incentive programs. Compact and cozy, it offers all the comforts of a big city, but with the warmth of a small town. All activities are within 20 minutes of our hotel.
The Vigeland Park
The Vigeland Park is the world's largest sculpture park made by a single artist. It is open around the clock and throughout the year. The unique sculpture park is Gustav Vigeland's lifework, with more than 200 sculptures in bronze, granite and wrought iron. Vigeland Park is one of Norway's most popular tourist attractions.
The apartment and studio where Gustav and Ingerid Vigeland lived was converted into a museum in 1947 after Gustav's death. Gustav Vigeland lived there until his death in 1943. The building was reopened as a museum in 1947. The museum contains about 1,600 sculptures, 420 woodcuts, and 12,000 drawings. In addition, the museum manages several thousand letters and Vigeland's own notebooks, as well as his great library and photo collection. The Vigeland Park offers tours for up to 15 people.
Museums in Oslo
Oslo is host to some of the world's most famous museums, including the Munch Museum and the Ibsen Museum. With over 50 different museums of art, history, sports, animals, wizards, magic, miniature bottles, and much more, Oslo offers a museum experience for everyone.
Munch Museum has one of the largest collections of Edvard Munch art. The museum gives good insight into the artist's role as a pioneer of Expressionism. The famous paintings Scream and Madonna are exhibited here. In the museum, you may also see part of Edvard Munch's gift to the city of Oslo. The gift includes 1,100 paintings, 4,500 watercolors and drawing, about 18,000 graphic works, 6,000 books, letters and other documents. The museum is open all year.
In the Ibsen Museum you can see parts of Henrik Ibsen's apartment and a major exhibition about his life and works. Henrik Ibsen's home, where he lived the last 11 years of his life, is the core focus of the Ibsen Museum. The apartment on the 2nd floor in Arbins gate 1 has been restored to show the colors and architectural details that it had during the poet's lifetime, and Ibsen's workroom stands as he left it. It was in this room he wrote his final dramas: 'John Gabriel Borkman' (1896) and 'When We Dead Awaken' (1899). The museum is open all year.
Norwegian Folk Museum
The Norwegian Folk Museum at Bygdøy is one of the world's largest open-air museums, with 155 historic buildings, were you will find the old town and a stave church from the early 1200s. Indoor exhibitions display folk art, folk costumes, Sami culture, weapons, toys, pharmaceutical history and dental equipment. The museum is open all year.
Kon-Tiki - Museum
Thor Heyerdahl won world fame when, in 1947, he crossed the Pacific with the balsa raft Kon-Tiki. Later spectacular expeditions followed on the reed boats Ra and Tigris. At Kon-Tiki Museum you can see original vessels and updated exhibitions on Heyerdahl's expeditions, including Kon-Tiki, Ra, Tigris, Easter Island, Fatu Hiva, Tucume and Galapagos, among others. The museum is open all year.
Holmenkollen ski jump and museum
World famous ski jump Holmenkollen is open to the public all year round. Holmenkollen Ski Museum is located within the mountains under the Holmenkollen ski jump. The museum opened in 1923 and is the world's oldest ski museum. Here you can experience 4,000 years of intriguing skiing history through an unforgettable exhibit.
If you don't want to try the actual jump tower, you have the opportunity to experience a ski simulator at Holmenkollen. In the simulator, you get a taste of how it feels to sit at the start boom in Holmenkollen, drop it and whiz down the slope at high speed. You can even use the skis Tom Hilde used during the trial World Championships in Holmenkollen in 2010.
You can visit Holmenkollen ski tower and museum by taking the subway from the National Theater just steps from the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel.
Oslo Summer and Winter Park
A park for all seasons—this park takes on different forms in summer and winter.
Oslo Summer Park is one of Scandinavia's largest climbing parks. Situated only 30 minutes from city center, it has 150 different experiences to be enjoyed in the trees spread over 9 different trails. The trails have a variety of different levels. Choose between mini trails, family trails and rough trails up to 20 meters above the ground. The climbing park also offers zip-lines, the longest with a span of 230 meters.
Oslo Winter Park (formerly Tryvann) is Oslo area's largest ski park and offers a variety of challenges across 18 different runs with a vertical drop of 381 meters. The resort has 11 lifts including a new 6-seat express chairlift. All slopes feature flood light for night skiing, which is open 5 days a week throughout the season.
The quickest way to Oslo summer and winter park is by taking the subway from the National Theater just steps from the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel.
Tusenfryd amusement park
To give your delegates the best possible experience regarding sound, lighting, and imagery, we have experienced technicians in place to adapt the necessary audiovisual equipment to suit your needs.
Our conference hotel may offer projectors, LED screens, microphones (clip and handheld), and pulpit with a microphone. Our staff are experienced professionals who will be involved throughout the planning phases.