Our grandson will be in graduate school in Oslo this Fall. My husband and I will be traveling there in time to spend his 25th birthday with him the end of August. I'm looking for ideas on what to do to make this day special.
Norway in a Nutshell tour. To learn more buy Rick Steves Scandanavia guidebook 16th edition.
What does he like to do and see? If you tell us a bit more about him it might be easier to give advice. The Norway in a Nutshell tour is certainly a good option if he wants to see a bit of the Norwegian landscape, but it will take a while.
My husband and I will have just done the Norway in a Nutshell coming from Bergen to Oslo so won't be wanting to do that again. Our grandson loves history and is going to school to be a history professor so I'm sure the museums would be an obvious choice, I was just kind of searching for something special that he would not tend to do on his own.
Good to hear he has an intellectual bent . In Oslo , the Bygdoy museums , particularly The Fram Museum ( also houses The Gjoa ) tells the tale of the Norwegian ship that attained the furthest North under Fridtjof Nansen and later , under Roald Amundsen , made the 1910 voyage to the South Pole . Two biographies by Roland Huntford go far to tell the stories of these two notable Norwegians . " Nansen " https://www.amazon.com/Nansen-Roland-Huntford/dp/0349114927 " The Last Place on Earth " https://www.amazon.com/Last-Place-Earth-Amundsens-Exploration/dp/0375754741 Also , this film based on Huntford's fine book about the South Pole is wonderful - https://youtu.be/o1bbN2NpzLM the film is serialized over eight hours , and is a gripping story
Thank you so much, Steven!