The Frogner Park had huge shady trees that looked very inviting and perfect to spend a couple of hours reading a book or even do nothing. This was also the world's largest sculpture park made by a single artist, and is one of Norway's most popular tourist attractions. The park is open to visitors all year round.
The Museum was a result of a unique contract between Gustav Vigeland and the city of Oslo. The Municipality agreed to build a studio, residence and future museum for the artist and his work, and in return Vigeland offered nearly all his works, previous and future, to the city.
The main attraction I found here was the sculptures located in the play area, a collaboration of eight bronze statues, all of which a child would love!
Overall the place is very well maintained and perfect for a day out with friends or family. The lush greenery and fresh air makes this a visit that no one will regret.