Drøbak is an idyllic coastal town by the Oslo fjord. From its origins as a little coastal village, the town grew through its timber export business, which then brought shipping interests to the town. This encouraged a lot of trade and considerable export of ice in the last century. These industries influenced Drøbak's architectural style and gave distinction to the growing coastal town.
At Drøbak you will find Tregaardens Julehus and Father Christmas' post office, galleries, an 18 hole golf course, water park, coastal heritage path going from Follo Museum via Seiersten fort to the marvellous view over the Oslo fjord by the Veisving battery, at Oscarsborg Fortress lies midway along the Oslo fjord, guarding the idyll