The Oslo Pass gives you free entry to more than 30 museums and attractions, one of them being The International Museum of Childrens Art, free travel on all public transport, free parking in municipal car parks, free entry to outdoor swimming pools, free walking tours, discounts on sightseeing, ski simulator, Tusenfryd Amusement Park, concert tickets, climbing, ski and bike rental, and special offers in restaurants, shops, entertainment and leisure venues.
You decide whether you want a card that is valid for 24, 48 or 72 hours. The card is valid from the time you validate it by writing the time and date in the space provided. From that moment, the pass is valid for the number of hours indicated on it. An Oslo Pass for children is available at a reduced rate. Along with the Oslo Pass, you will receive the Oslo Pass booklet, describing all the benefits for Oslo Pass holders.
This year’s Oslo Pass booklet is adorned by images from the International Museum of Childrens Art’s collection on the cover and on the back. The front image is called “My family & I”, and is made by Zeng Kaifeng, 6 years old, from Singapore. The image is currently on display at the museum.