The most popular playgrounds in and around the city centre.

  • Bjørvika. A large playground close to the Munch Museum. Fresh and fun, with slides, tunnels and climbing equipment. Located in an urban environment, close to many cafés and restaurants.
  • Krakabøla in Middelalderparken. A miniature city with lots of opportunities for play. There is also a skatepark nearby.
  • Princess Ingrid Alexandra’s sculpture park. Located in the heart of Slottsparken. Contains sculptures made by local artists. The sculptures are modelled after children’s drawings and are meant to be climbed on and played with. Public restrooms are located in Slottsparken, and there are many cafés and restaurants nearby.
  • Kirsebærlunden: This playground was renovated in 2022. Playground equipment includes several types of slides (including the longest slide in the country), a jungle gym that is shaped like a 15 metre mythical creature, balance pods and more. There are nearby restrooms. Close to Tøyen subway stop.
  • Frognerborgen: A large playground in the shape of a fortress. Located near the main entrance to Vigelandsparken. Playground equipment includes climbing wall, swing-sets and sand boxes.
  • Nedre Foss Park: A different playground with a steep hill to climb on, running water and a waterwheel that functions as a jungle gym. Close to Mathallen food court and located right next to Akerselva river. There is a big lawn nearby that can be used for playing or having a picnic.