Aker Brygge P-hus

Open all day

You can charge your electric car on special spaces in the car park
An elevator or lift is a type of vertical transportation that moves people or goods between floors (levels, decks) of a multilevel carpark.
A central customer service center where you have call/mail/chat
Bryn Senter

Closing today: 20:00

Huk Aveny 35

Closing today: 18:00

Jarlegata 19

Closing today: 01:00

Kjelsåsveien 7

Closing today: 23:00

Kuben P-hus

Closing today: 22:00


Open all day

Oslogate 7

Closing today: 01:00

Platousgate 6

Closing today: 01:00

Rådhusgata 1-3

Closing today: 01:00

Vika P-hus

Open all day

The car can get handwashed in the car park
You can charge your electric car on special spaces in the car park

APCOA operates many car parks in Oslo, offering paid and reserved parking services in a large number of locations. 

Oslo is Norway’s capital, and the largest city in Scandinavia. Its artistic and cultural heritage is reflected in the variety of museums, art galleries and artistic spaces. Many of these popular tourist locations are easily accessible on foot from our centrally located car. 

Discover Oslo’s turbulent origins at the Viking Ship Museum, a two-minute walk from our Huk Aveny 35 car park. The main attractions at this culturally-rich venue include the two best-preserved Viking longboats in the world. Visitors to the Viking Ship Museum can take advantage of a multi-museum ticket to get free access to Oslo’s Historical Museum if they visit within 48 hours of exploring the Ship Museum. Just a short distance further is the Norwegian Folk Museum, also on Huk Aveny.

Park in the city center, at our Rådhusgata 2 car park, and learn about Oslo’s more recent history–and to take part in the city’s annual holiday celebrations and public ceremonies. The 13th-century Akershus Fortress, commissioned by King Håkon V and converted into a Renaissance residence in the 17th century by King Christian IV, is only a five-minute walk away. In addition to its own fascinating historical exhibits, this popular spot plays host to festivals and concerts throughout the summer months.

Enjoy Oslo’s cultural heritage at the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet, dramatically sited on the city harbour. The Opera house is an 8-minute walk from our Langkaia 1 car park. 

Don’t miss the Holmenkollen Ski Museum and Tower, which is a national landmark and a fascinating insight into skiing in all its forms. The museum is housed inside the legendary Holmenkollen ski jump, the site of some of the most historic victories in Norwegian sporting history. Discover polar exploration artefacts, have a go on the ski simulator and admire the sights of Oslo from the top of the ski jump. Open every day of the year, the Holmenkollen Ski Museum and Tower is accessible by a short taxi journey from our Landingsveien 14 car park.