Museum of Oslo, located in the 18th century old manor house Frogner Hovedgård, tells the fascinating story of the city. Through the permanent exhibition, OsLove, visitors are guided through the highlights of Oslo’s history, using digital storytelling, films, photos, paintings and models. “The exhibition’s focus is on the people who lived in the city and shaped it to become what it is today, and it explores the medieval times, the great fire, and the contrasts between the working and upper classes,” says head of communication, Siril Bull Henstein. Though focusing on history, the exhibition utilises brand new technology to bring stories to life.