Visit to Viking Ship Museum and Hukodden Restaurant, Thursday 7th of September

We are happy to invite you to a Norwegian Fjord Experience by going to the Viking Ship Museum and then to the conference dinner at Hukodden Fjord Restaurant: Address: Hukodden strandrestaurant: Strømborgveien 46, 0287 Oslo. You will go there by chosing option 1, 2 or 3. Plan to wear comfortable shoes for walking for option 2 or 3: The 20 minute walk to the harbour by the town hall (Rådhusbrygga) includes passing by The Royal Palace. Note that due to early arrival option 1 include a guided tour about royal grounds nearby the restaurant.

Option 1

Coach
HiOA

– The Viking Ship Museum

Guided tour

The Viking Ship Museum

Coach

The Viking Ship museum – Hukodden restaurant

Guidet tour

Royal grounds

By the restaurant

15:35 – 16:0016:0017:0017:15

Option 2

Coach
HiOA

– The Viking Ship Museum

Guided tour

The Viking Ship Museum

Coach

The Viking Ship museum – Hukodden restaurant

15:50 – 16:1516:3017:30

Option 3

Walk 20 minutes

HiOA – Rådhusbrygga 3

Boat
Rådhusbrygga 3

– Dronningen

Walk 10 minutes

Dronningen – The Viking Ship Museum

Guided tour
The Viking Ship Museum
Coach

The Viking Ship museum – Hukodden restaurant

15:3516:05 – 16:2016:20 – 16:3016:3017:30

Option 4

Walk 20 minutes

HiOA – Rådhusbrygga 3

Boat
Rådhusbrygga 3

– Dronningen

Walk 10 minutes

Dronningen – The Viking Ship Museum

Guided tour
The Viking Ship Museum
Coach

The Viking Ship museum – Hukodden restaurant

15:5516:25 – 16:4016:40 – 16:5017:0018:00

 

Walking distance from The Viking Ship museum to Hukodden restaurant is 20 minutes – optional
Public bus to/from Hukodden restaurant coach number 30 Timetables and route maps www.ruter.no

You can download conference dinner and social activity details here

Viking Ship Museum , Huk aveny 35, 0287 Oslo

 

Conference dinnerHukodden strandrestaurant: Strømborgveien 46, 0287 Oslo

Designers Saturday and Designers Public Sunday 8-10 September 2017

The Designer’s Saturday is an event that gives an overview of the design scene in Scandinavia. It is an idea that was dreamt up by enthusiastic industry insiders who brought the concept over from New York in 1986. Since then, the event has been arranged every other year. Designer’s Saturday Oslo is the only national exhibition in Norway, dedicated to furniture, textiles, lighting, flooring and other interior and design related products aimed at both industry professionals and the wider design aware public. A free bus service is available to attendees; simply jump on and off the bus where you want. 180 cutting edge Norwegian, Scandinavian and international exhibitors will display their latest offerings at 12 locations across Oslo city centre.

Designer’s Saturday Oslo is not a run-of-the-mill event hosted in some national exhibition Centre, rather it is an important arena for professional practitioners wishing to keep updated and informed on the latest trends, developments and products. Furniture intended for public spaces is increasingly used in private homes, which is why the general public has been invited to take part in Designer’s Saturday over the last years, we even gave the event its own label: Public Sunday.

For more information and tickets check: designerssaturday.no and follow up on Facebook

Visiting Oslo

For more information on individual activities in Oslo check: visitoslo.com or install the apps here.