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Shopping in Oslo

Shops selling minimalist Scandinavian interior designs and traditional Norwegian knitwear dot the city centre. Seek out patterned wool sweaters at the Oslo Sweater Shop or quirky designs from the DogA Centre in Grunerløkka. Also worth looking for are handmade candles and antiques. Shops generally open from 10am to 6pm weekdays, closing earlier on Saturday, but the big malls have longer hours.

Shops

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  1. 1. DogA Centre - Shops

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    DogA Centre, Oslo. Courtesy of Design og Arkitektursenter

    Highlighting Norwegian talents, the DogA (Design and Architecture) Centre's shop in Grunerløkka sells everything design-related from art books to iconic bicycles, clothing and household objects. All items are produced by top Norwegian designers, with an emphasis on style and practicality.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Fri-Tue 10am-5pm; Wed-Thu 10am-8pm

    Address

    16, Hausmannsgate, Oslo 0182

    Telephone

    +47 23 29 28 70

    Transport

    Tram 17 to Hausmannsgate

    Website

    DogA Centre Website

  2. 2. Glasmagasinet - Shops

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    Glasmagasinet department store on Stortorvet square in the city centre has been the shop of choice for Oslo's elite since the 1700s. The grand building houses Scandinavian designs, such as Hadeland glassware and Høyang-Polaris kitchenware, along with international fashion labels.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Sat 10am-7pm; Sun 10am-6pm

    Address

    9, Stortorvet, Oslo 0155

    Telephone

    +47 22 03 20 80

    Transport

    Stortinget T-Bane

    Website

    Glasmagasinet Website

  3. 3. Oslo City - Shops

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    Oslo City. Courtesy of Oslo City

    Central Oslo City boasts outlets ranging from fashion at Kapp Ahl to watches and gold jewellery at Gyldne Tider. There's also a large branch of Scandinavian brand Hennes & Mauritz. Cafés and bars offer respite.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 10am-10pm; Sat 10am-8pm

    Address

    1, Stenersgata, Oslo 0050

    Telephone

    +47 81 54 40 33

    Transport

    Jernbanetorget T-Bane

    Website

    Oslo City Website

Markets

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  1. 4. Bærums Verk - Markets

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    Bærums Verk, Oslo. Courtesy of Bærums Verk

    A unique shopping experience, Bærums Verk is a restored ironworks outside Oslo dating from 1610. It is home to more than 65 shops selling handicrafts, jewellery and woollens, as well as exhibitions and six restaurants. The onsite museum demonstrates 17th-century-style smelts.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 10am-5pm; Sat 10am-4pm; Sun 12pm-4pm

    Address

    15, Verksgata, Oslo 1317

    Telephone

    +47 67 13 00 18

    Transport

    Bus 143 to Baerums Verk

    Website

    Bærums Verk Website

  2. 5. Blomqvist Kunsthandel - Markets

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    Blomqvist Kunsthandel, in the city centre, is Norway's oldest and biggest auction house, specialising in art (including Munch) and antiques, as well as furniture, silver and china. There are regular sales exhibitions in its gallery, and auctions several times yearly.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 10am-5pm

    Address

    5, Tordenskiolds gate, Oslo 0160

    Telephone

    +47 22 70 87 70

    Transport

    Stortinget T-Bane

    Website

    Blomqvist Kunsthandel Website

Specialists

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  1. 6. Damms Antikvariat - Specialists

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    Norway's oldest antiquarian bookstore, Damms Antikvariat, near Akerhus Festning, has been in business since 1843. It stocks some foreign rarities, although many books are in Norwegian. However, the shop itself is worth visiting for its old-fashioned, bookish charm.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 10am-5pm; Sat 10am-3pm

    Address

    2, Akersgaten, Oslo 0158

    Telephone

    +47 22 41 04 02

    Transport

    Christiania Torv T-Bane

    Website

    Damms Antikvariat Website

  2. 7. House of Oslo - Specialists

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    Norway's first and only department store specialising in Scandinavian design and lifestyle, the central House of Oslo contains over 20 individual outlets over four floors. The shop sells everything from designer cutlery and cookware, to interior decor and furniture.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 10am-8pm; Sat 10am-6pm

    Address

    26, Ruseløkkveien, Oslo 0251

    Telephone

    +47 23 23 85 60

    Transport

    Nasjonaltheatret T-Bane

    Website

    House of Oslo Website

  3. 8. Oslo Sweater Shop - Specialists

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    Oslo Sweater Shop, Oslo. Courtesy of Oslo Sweater Shop

    The Oslo Sweater Shop, at the city-centre Royal Christiania Hotel, stocks a vast selection of traditional jumpers in every colour and style imaginable. Stock up on the thick, chunky sweaters to fend off the chill of cold Norwegian winters.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 10am-6pm; Sat 10am-3pm

    Address

    3, Biskop Gunnrus gate, Oslo 0155

    Telephone

    +47 22 42 42 25

    Transport

    Jernbanetorget T-Bane

    Website

    Oslo Sweater Shop Website

  4. 9. Grændsens Skotøimagazin - Specialists

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    Founded in 1889, Grændsens Skotøimagazin is close to the parliament building in Oslo city centre. Fashionistas and families alike come here for the four floors of footwear, ranging from high-fashion to Scandinavian practicality.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 10am-7pm; Sat 10am-6pm

    Address

    12, Grensen, Oslo 0159

    Telephone

    +47 22 82 34 00

    Transport

    Stortinget T-Bane

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