We started our Scandinavian adventure in Norway! Researching flights from both the USA and Nice, France, we determined that the cheapest city to fly into was Oslo. My parents snagged an incredible $900.42 round trip airfare from Dulles to Oslo for both of them by booking early. Once that was settled, it was time to start determining what to see in Oslo, Norway. Traveling with a tween, a teen and my parents, we had to do a lot of research to ensure we were visiting places the entire family enjoyed. We’ve included all our recommendations for things to see in Oslo in just 24 hours as well as accommodation and food ideas.
What to See in Oslo, Norway with Teens and Tweens
We downloaded the Oslo Pass App and got our passes prior to arriving in the city. In addition to free access into many attractions, we were able to get free transportation as well, including the ferry (see below). We were only in Oslo for a short time, so we had to make the most out of our 24 hour Oslo Pass.