and local bitter digestif Marka, or the “Ginger Club” – an update on the Clover Club with raspberry liqueur and a raspberry spirit, both distilled in Norway. Karl Johans Gate 31; grand.no
At its heart is the story of the incumbent laureate Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos, whose landmark peace deal with Farc armed rebels in 2016 ended a bloody 52-year war. Running until November 26, the “Hope Over Fear” photography exhibition shows the reality of the Colombian conflict, depicting soldiers working to clear areas of landmines, Colombian coca pickers and Farc members preparing to transition to normal life. Open Tues-Sun 10am-6pm during winter (daily in summer); kr 100 (£9.60). Brynjulf Bulls Plass 1; nobelpeacecenter.org
4From the pier opposite, take a ten-minute ferry ride (these run March to October) to Bygdoy, on the western edge of the peninsula. This is one of the city’s more well-heeled neighbourhoods, with wide-set American-style avenues and grand homes. A five-minute walk from the jetty is the Norwegian Folk Museum. Its indoor and outdoor collections show how people lived before the Industrial Revolution, featuring artefacts from Norway’s indigenous Sami people and reproductions of traditional 18thand 19th-century homes, with interiors furnished as they would have been at the time.
Exhibitions include “Queering Sapmi”, a photography project about LGBT identities among the Sami, on until October 15. Open weekdays 11am-3pm, weekends 11am-4pm from September 15 to May 14 (otherwise daily 10am-6pm); kr 130 (£12.50). Museumsveien 10; norskfolkemuseum.no VIGELAND PARK