We will visit Oslo in May (our second visit). This time we’ll be in the city only 10 hours (700 to 1700-- on a cruise stop). It will be a Sunday. Our ship docks at Sondre Akershuskai (SAK). We plan to disembark early and walk to Oslo University and the Royal Palace and then back to the dock for the 0905 ferry to Bygadøy Peninsula, spend a few hours there and take the 1225 ferry back followed by a tour of the Rådhus (tours are 1200 to 1600 on Sunday) . If possible we’d like to then take the T-Bane to the Munch Museum and get back to the ship by 1630. I know we won’t see all there is to see at the museums on Bygadøy (but we have seen the Vasa Museum in Stockholm). We don’t want to make a “mad-dash” through the Munch; I’m thinking we’d have 2 or 3 hours at the Munch—not enough time but time to see some of the exhibit.
Two questions: First; are we trying to do too much? Second; if we are, which should be “sacrificed” the tour of the Rådhus or the Munch? I might add later on the cruise we will be spending three full days in St. Petersburg and we will visit the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art while in Copenhagen (on a relaxed schedule).