The Royal Palace Park is surrounding the Royal Palace in the centre of Oslo.
Hans Linstow, the same architect who built the Palace, began the construction of the park back in the 1820s, although because of financial restrictions it took more than 30 years to put together. Altogether more than 2,000 trees were planted, most of which are still standing.
The trend about adding monuments and statues started way back in 1911, and amongst the first were Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland and author Camilla Collett. Years later, statues of Queen Maud, mathematician Nils Henrik Abel, and Kronprinssesse Martha were added.
The main feature of the park is The Royal Palace, which is the main residence of Norwegian royalty, currently Herald V.
If you happen to be in Oslo during the summer months, the palace opens for guided tours, including some of the most beautiful state rooms, upper vestibule, dining room, bird room, mirror Hall, and Palace Chapel.