You will find information about the largest parks below. Also experience Norwegian wildlife park combined with holiday and fishing! There are many other parks throughout the country. For further information contact the local tourist information office. Prices vary, and groups and families often receive discounts.
The largest amusement park in Norway, conceived as a smaller version of Copenhagen´s Tivoli. TusenFryd is the only classical amusement park in Norway, with many different attractions appealing to all ages, such as the roller coaster sensation for the bravest, and the "Nissetun" for our youngest visitors. There are also roundabouts, remote-controlled cars, a roller coaster with a loop and corkscrew, an amphitheater with all-day entertainment by performers such as musicians and clowns, and many games of skill or chance. There are lots of other attractions, as well as shops and many places to eat.
The park is located at Ås, approximately 20 km from the centre of Oslo. Leave the E6 / E18 at Vinterbro and follow the signs to TusenFryd.
The park is located at Ås, approximately 20 km from the centre of Oslo. Leave the E6 / E18 at Vinterbro and follow the signs to Vikinglandet.
Once upon a time here was a small country where people lived their busy lives and had almost forgotten the existence of trolls. At Hunderfossen located at Øyer muncipality north of Lillehammer you can be sure to meet the largest Troll in the world, 14 metres high while sitting. Fairy Tale Grotto Supervideograph, Exhibition of Wax Figures, Energy Centre, Oil and Gas Centre, Experience Centre for Ice Cream. All the attractions in the park have been designed with the motto "Play, learn and experience".
Sommarland is a world of fun adventures and exciting challenges. With more than 100 different activities, this is the place where children, young people and adults can have fun together. Sommarland open from 12 June to 15 August. The park is located at Bø in Telemark.
Kongeparken has good wheelchair access, including handicap parking beside the main entrance. Kongeparken is located on E-39 at Ålgård, approximately 20 minutes from Stavanger and 10 minutes from Sandnes.
Located at Slobrua in Sør-Odal.
NAMSSKOGAN FAMILY PARK
A family park located at Trones.
A family park located at Hauge in Dalane.
Few parks cover such a variety as Kristiansand Dyrepark, which is why the Zoo like to call themselves "The Living Park". Just 11 km east of Kristiansand you will find the most beautiful and natural zoo, with scenery and environment in abundance.
Kristiansand Dyrepark is Norway´s most frequently visited attraction covering an area of 150 acres of wild Nordic terrain. It is totally different from other European zoos, which are characterised by bars and heavy padlocks.
In Kristiansand Dyrepark, the animals have wide open spaces in which to roam - however, the visitors are still able to get up close to observe some of the most beautiful animals - like the red panda, which is threatened by extinction. The first part of the rain forest is alive with a variety of apes and monkeys. One of the park´s latest attractions is an open air area where some of the smaller monkeys run wild amongst the trees and climbling areas and swing on the ropes while you can move amongst them!
VASSFARET BEAR PARK
The Vassfaret Bear Park has 6-8 bears. There are paths encircling the whole bear fence. There is also a moose and deer area, and a bird pond. Children may visit the rabbit and chicken villages. The Vassfartun has buildings in which you may buy waffles, various cakes and coffee, as well as see different handcrafts being demonstrated. The wildlife park on RV 7, in Flå.
The world´s northernmost wildlife park with the four large predators from the Polar fauna: Brown bears, wolves, lynx and wolverines. The wolverine is in the symbol of the township. Elk (moose), deer, reindeer, Arctic fox, badgers, farm animals and birds are some of the other animals you can see and experience here. The animals have lots of room to romp about and the area is large, so you should have plenty of time to enjoy your "safari". There are also areas where you can barbecue, ride horses, play miniature golf or just relax. The park is adapted for wheelchair users. The wildlife park lies in Salangsdalen.
LANGEDRAG NATURE PARK
Langedrag Nature Park is situated at 1,000 meters above the sea level. It is a wilderness park with approximately 25 different breeds of animals, among them wolves and lynx. You will enjoy a magnificent view over the lakes and mountain between Hallingdal and Numedal. The Nature Park has a café in cozy surroundings. The wildlife park close to Nesbyen
Walk amongst kind animals that you can play with, feed and pet. The wildlife park located at Tangen.
Langedrag Nature Park
Vassfaret Bear Park