About Vigeland Sculpture Park

Vigeland Sculpture Park is the largest sculpture park in the world. It is comprised of more than 200 sculptures by Gustav Vigeland (1869–1943) in bronze, granite and cast iron, including the Angry Boy (Sinnataggen in Norwegian), the Monolith (Monolitten) and the Wheel of Life (Livshjulet).

The sculptures consist of naked human figures, from a woman embracing a giant lizard to a naked man fighting flying babies, and everything in between. When you stroll in the park you will come across the Fountain, which is one of the park’s most notable sights. It is a magnificent structure surrounded by 20 statues, each representing a different stage of human life, from childhood to death.

Get your cameras ready for a selfie with your favourite statue.

Must See

  • Angry Boy
  • The Fountain

How to reach

Tram: Take Tram number 11 from Jernbanetorget to Vigelandsparken. Take an 8-minute walk from there to reach the park.

Taxi: Take a direct taxi which would take around 8 minutes. You could also take an Uber.


  • The park is open 24 hours and is properly lit at night as well.
  • The Vigeland Museum does not offer guided tours in Vigeland Park.
  • You need permission for commercial filming and to host events in the park.
  • The flying of drones is prohibited.
  • Rental wheelchairs are not available.
  • Remember your camera.

Visit Time

Sunday: Open 24 hours

Monday: Open 24 hours

Tuesday: Open 24 hours

Wednesday: Open 24 hours

Thursday: Open 24 hours

Friday: Open 24 hours

Saturday: Open 24 hours

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Time you can spend

30 mins


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