Astrup Fearnley Museet

There are several reasons to visit the Astrup Fearnley Museet.
The most obvious is the art collection itself, there are always interesting exhibitions going on.

Then there is the building itself, a magnificent structure all covered in wood, which morphs into various shapes, depending from where you look at it. You'll need to see it from many different angles to fully admire every single detail and form. From the water, you see a very futuristic building, resembling a spacecraft. From another angle it looks like a sailing ship. The water channel passing between the two buildings, with bridges connecting them, is yet another suburb detail that ranks this place as one of my favourites in Oslo.

Then, you have a small park side by side with the Oslo fjord, and the tasty cafeteria, all surrounded with glass for you to enjoy the view!

And last but not the least, the entire area surrounding the Museum, Aker Brygge, is a great place for shopping, dining, walking or living.

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