Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Visit Oslo Pass submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
We were traveling with nine in our group, love the Oslo pass. The only way to go.Reviewed by: Erik N, December 2012
We loved our visit to Oslo this December! the Oslo pass saved us so much money.Reviewed by: Erik N, December 2012
Being that Norway is such an expensive country, the Visit Oslo Pass is, in my opinion, the best solution if you spend a few days in the city. Not only does it give you access to most museums and paying attractions, you can also use public transportation for free. It's the best way to enjoy Oslo.Reviewed by: Dave L, November 2012
I was in Oslo early May 2013 and can attest to the fact that the Oslo Pass is very good value. At full price, the 72 hour pass is 495kr (though I bought it at a discount from Viator, which was great). In one day, I managed to visit all of the museums on Bygdøy, which if I had had to pay admission for would have costed me a total of 390kr plus 80kr for a 24 hr transport ticket (or 60kr if you just get 2 single trip transport tickets). So basically, I managed to get back the full value of my 72hr Oslo Pass in 1 day and still had 48 hrs left on it to visit other attractions. It was great. [NB: prices correct as at the time of my visit in early May 2013.]Reviewed by: Anonymous, May 2013
Good for transport needs.Reviewed by: Zachary P, February 2013