Holmenkollen Ski Museum Overview
Founded in 1923, Holmenkollen Ski Museum is the world's oldest ski museum. It nestles in the actual Holmenkollen ski jump. This place is associated with 4000 years of ski history showcased with great exhibitions. The observation deck at the museum offers spectacular views of Oslo.

The exhibits include rock carvings, skis from the Viking age that showcase local handicraft skills and traditions. New trends set in winter sports are observed in the snowboard exhibition here. One can also catch a glance of the polar equipment used in the historic expeditions of Fridtjof Nansen and Roald Amundsen and can observe the advancement made in today’s ski equipment.

Sight the captures dating back to Winter Olympics at Lillehammer in 1994 and in Oslo in 1952 and many other instances of skiing history at this museum out of many other places to see in Oslo Norway.

Location: Kongeveien 5, 0787 Oslo, Norway
Highlights: Collections, educational programs, exhibitions and more.
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