Oslo: congress centres for all types of events

The city's compact centre means that the majority of hotels, meeting facilities and tourist attractions are within walking distance, making Oslo an attractive venue for meetings and events.

Norway Exhibition and Convention Centre: Opened in 2002 in Lillestrøm, mid way between the airport and the city centre, the venue is a modern and flexible congress centre offering space for 6,000 participants. There are 55 meeting rooms and a 39,000sqm exhibition area. 

Telenor Arena: Located in Fornebu and opened in 2009, Telenor Arena has established itself as one of Norway's leading multi-functional arenas and has 45 meeting spaces, hosting up to 18,500 theatre-style or 6,000 in a classroom-style seating.

Oslo Military Society Assembly Rooms and Conference Centre: For smaller meetings, the venue has three meeting spaces suited to 160 theatre-style or 80 in classroom-style.

Forskningsparken Conference Centre: Another option for smaller meetings, this venue has 24 meeting rooms and caters for 160 theatre-style, 50 classroom-style and up to 100 for banquets. 

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