The Ski Museum closed from 1.November, but the best view point in Oslo remains open.

From 1.November, renovation works will affect your visit to the Ski Museum and Holmenkollen.

The Ski Museum in Holmenkollen is a popular destination for both national and international tourists. Although the Ski Museum will be closed for a period there is still a lot to do in Holmenkollen.

The jump tower

As a visitor, you can still experience Oslo's best view from the top of the jump tower. The tower will remain open as normal. We will also keep the ski simulator and a souvenir shop open.

The Ski Museum and the café

The museum and the cafe will be affected by the renovation and will be closed for visitors until the end of 2023. You can buy mineral water and some snacks in the souvernir shop. 


When you visit us, you will find a signposted alternative route to the jump tower,ticket sales,souvernir shop and the ski simulator. For those arriving by car, there will occasionally be a change of signage, but the car park a few meters from the ski jump can be used as usual.

Rental of premises

Unfortunately, during the rebuilding period, it will not be possible to rent venues in and around the Ski Museum. This applies to the jump tower, the auditorium, the Ski Museum and the VIP lodge. The venues at the Holmenkollen arena will still be available for hire, including the press centre, the lavvo and the ski arena.


The entire Ski Museum will be closed, this also applies to Blåkollen.

Entry prices during the construction period

  • Adult: 160,- NOK
  • Children: 80,- NOK
  • Senior/student: 140,- NOK
  • Group (more than 10 people): 140,- NOK
  • Family: 400,- NOK

Opening hours

  • May: 10.00am - 5.00pm (17.May 10.00am - 2.00pm)
  • June,july and august 10.00am - 5.00pm