The Fram Polar ship is in one of Oslo’s most visited museums, located on Bygdøy peninsula right beside the landing stage for ferries from Oslo Harbour. To get there from Vollen, you can take the bus or ferry to Oslo and then change to the Bygdøy ferry boat at Pier 3. This ferry operates between March and October and departure is every 20/30 minutes. It is also possible to take a bus from Oslo centre. Visitors with Oslo pass go free on the ferry and bus.
If you have a car, you drive towards Oslo and take off for Bygdøy. At the height of the tourist season, it can be difficult to find a park.
If you have time and inclination, The Fram museum offers a double ticket which also gives entry to the Norwegian Maritime Museum in the building just opposite. The Kon Tiki museum is also in this area. The Viking Ship Museum and the Norwegian Folk Museum are within 15 minutes walk. When arriving on Bygdøy peninsula by road, you pass the King’s summer residence, Kongsgården.
For information about places to visit on Bygdøy peninsula, visit the web sites:
Viking Ship Museum
Oscarshall Summer Palace