A.k.a. The Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, that is. Before going I would say go. After having been I would say no…? I’ve lived in Oslo close to 20 years, and that’s how long it took for me to visit :), if that counts towards yea or nay… Norsk Folkemuseum is an open-air museum with buildings from different time periods and different geographic areas in Norway. It’s not particularly big, looks bigger on the map, so it doesn’t take long to walk through. The museum space is divided into different zones that is named after different regions in Norway. My highlight was the stave church from Gol with adjacent granary, and the display of old, urban Oslo. The rest was neither nor. There’s a few shops where you can buy handicraft and souvenirs, and a cafe too – bring cash as not all accept credit cards.