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Reptilparken Oslo Reviews

Marjis Marjis
31 reviews
Reptilparken Jul 11, 2008
Reptilparken in Oslo is not very big place and may feel a bit boring, but because entrance fee is cheap it is worth of going.

There is many different kind of reptiles, lizards, frogs, etc. There is also fishes, one crocodile, parrot and *shiver* spiders. As reptiles usually most of them were just standing or lying on one spot when I was there, but there was also some reptiles which were more active.

One thing has stay on my mind clearly and that is how impolite ticket seller was. It did really show that he didn't like about his job...

It only took us 20 minutes to go through whole place.

If you have some extra time in Oslo, you should go to Reptilparken, but it is not worth of planned trip.
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138 reviews
Jul 10, 2007
Oslo Reptile Park has more than 100 animals on display.

Some of the more exotic animals are:

Boa constrictor, grass snakes, dwarf crocodile, geccos, cameleons, varans and other lizards, tarantellas, black widow (the world's most venomous spider), piraya and saltwater fish.

After my 20minutes in the park i left with a feeling that this should have been free or at least almost free. The exhibit is small and quite uneventfull.

The entrance is 65kr(!) for an adult and 50kr for a student. Its free with Oslo pass , so the ONLY reason you should go here is if you have some spare time to do around the central rail station AND has a vallid Oslo-pass. I'll give it 2stars beacause i got some nice photographs
Oslo Reptile Park. A Reptile
Oslo Reptile Park. A Reptile
Oslo Reptile Park. A Reptile
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thedreamer thedream…
3 reviews
Jul 24, 2006
This place is great for reptile lovers and also for the people who wants to cure a fear;) They have spiders, snakes, bugs, fish, lizards etc. This place is not big, but it is interesting if you like these kind of animals. If you are lucky you will see when the animals are being fed and you might be able to hold a snake. If you dare. I held a snake. It was so much different from what I thought. It was very warm, soft and it seemed quite playful as well. A very nice experience, even though I'm not really into snakes and those kind of animals. I fear spiders most of all.

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