Holmenkollbakken is a ski slope and museum situated in the Norwegian capital, Oslo. The ski slope opened in 1892 and has been rebuilt multiple times since. It is the venue for major ski events in the area and has a viewing capacity of 70,000. The museum at the ski slope opened in 1923 and is dedicated to ski history with over 4000 years of history on display at the museum.
You can take the metro line 1 to the ‘Holmenkollen’ which is a 10 minute signposted walk away from the ski venue. The 18 bus also travels close to the venue. If you are travelling by car, the venue has its own car park in which parking is free for visitors.
Opening Times and Admission
The ski jump and museum is open daily throughout the year at various times, 10am-4pm October to April, 10am-5pm May and September and 9am-8pm June, July and August. You can visit the museum and ski tower, it costs 140NOK for adults and 70NOK for children.