Oslo: three venues for events

A manor house, a polar ship and Oslo's oldest venue for artistic and cultural events provide unusual backdrops for events.

Bogstad Manor: The manor house at Bogstad is fully furnished from the period 1750-1850 and located in a romantic Norwegian landscape reminiscent of an English planned garden. From spring 2015, a new pavilion will be available for meetings for up to 16. The east wing can accomodate all kinds of events, including dinner parties, weddings, anniversaries and receptions. Bogstad also has a large courtyard and lawn that has space for large tents and various activities including rodeo riding.

Fram Museum: The Fram Museum, a polar ship, has capacity for up to 400 people, with options including a tapas menu on deck to an exclusive Arctic-inspired eight course dinner served in the salon of the Fram. Sit-down dinners for up to 250 are available on the first floor, or for 115 on the main deck, with 150 for a buffet.

Gamle Logen: Oslo's oldest venue for artistic and cultural events was originally built as a Masonic lodge and a banquet and concert hall in 1836. It has seven small and large rooms with capacity for 20-500 persons.

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