In our little island kingdom, which consists of three islets, you'll find restaurants and galleries for every taste, modern offices and an immediate proximity to the city and Oslofjord. All in one place. For a short period in history Tjuvholmen was one of Oslo's execution grounds. Since then it's been used for cattle grazing, as a seaside beach and a brickyard until a German geologist put it on the world map with his findings. Until the 21st century, Tjuvholmen remained a forgotten border to the sea. Now the neighbourhood stands finished with housing, offices, THE THIEF hotel and the unique Astrup Fearnley Museum, drawn by one of the world's leading museum architects, the Italian Renzo Piano. The developers Selvaag Gruppen and Aspelin Ramm have renewed the borough and created a neighbourhood that integrates housing, offices, recreational areas and exciting cultural experiences.
The closest taxi rank and bus stop is at the end of Filipstadveien, right next to the entrance to the car park at Tjuvholmen. A number of bus lines in Oslo also stop at Vika Atrium, along with most bus lines to/from Asker, Bærum, and parts of Buskerud. The closest tram stop is Aker Brygge, serviced by line 12. The closest subway station is the National Theatre (Nationaltheatret, which is serviced by all subway lines. The closest train stop is the National Theatre, serviced by local and long-distance trains, as well as the Airport Express Train. Boats to/from Nesodden and Vollen/Slemmestad run to/from Aker Brygge.
Tjuvholmen is situated centrally, right in the middle of the city. If you're driving eastward on E18 you take the first exit after Hjortneskaia (The Kiel Ferry). If you're driving westward, through the Opera tunnel, you can take the same exit, or take Ring 1.
Below the outermost islet you'll find one of Oslo's largest and nicest parking facilities, allowing us to keep the neighbourbood free of cars at street level. Q-Park value cards can be purchased at Floriss and are ideal for customers who use the same car park more than once over a set period of time. You can either choose the number of days (2-7 days), or an amount: NOK 550, NOK 1100 or NOK 2200.
Maximum height: 210 cm
Opening hours: 24/7
As close as you can get to the fjord, and the city. Tjuvholmen marina is home to a number of moorings visitors, locals and delivery boats. To dock at the guest marina you pay a fee at the machines on the quays. Guests cannot dock in reserved moorings. It's not permitted to dock outside the designated moorings and have mounted docking equipment.
Open 00 - 24.00
Tjuvholmen Drift AS is in charge of security and technical management of Tjuvholmen, as well as the operation of common areas for the co-owned residential properties and corporate spaces. The company is 100% owned by Selvaag Eiendom AS.
For questions regarding operations and deliveries, please contact:
Tjuvholmen Drift AS, Tjuvholmen allé 8.
Tlf. 23 11 88 90.
The press contact for Tjuvholmen is Siri Løining, who supports journalists writing about the neighbourhood.
Contact by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or mobile: 480 98 814
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