How to get to Kistefos

By public transport:

Expressbus: VY66 Oslo - Kistefos

The express bus runs from Oslo Bus Terminal at 10:15 AM with a return from Kistefos at 5:00 PM. The journey takes 1 hour and 30 minutes from Oslo Bus Terminal, and the ticket costs 240 NOK one way.

Tickets must be purchased in advance at, the Vy Bus app,, or in the Vy app. Please note that the bus only runs if tickets are pre-booked.


In May, the bus runs every Saturday and Sunday except for Sunday, May 19th. Thereafter, the bus runs every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from Thursday, May 30th until Sunday, September 29th. In October, the bus runs Friday-Sunday until Sunday, October 13th.

Stops Oslo – Jevnaker:

10:15 AM Oslo bus terminal, platform A10

10:30 AM Filipstad, near Colorline

10:35 AM Lysaker station

10:42 AM Sandvika bus terminal

11:35 AM Kistefos Museum

11:45 AM Hadeland Glassverk

Return from Kistefos at 5:00 PM with arrival at Oslo S at 6:20 PM.

Shuttle bus between Kistefos and Hadeland Glassverk

Included in the ticket for Vy's express bus is a shuttle bus between Jevnaker's two major attractions:

2:15 PM: Hadeland Glassverk - Kistefos Museum

2:30 PM: Kistefos Museum - Hadeland Glassverk

This offer is only available to those who have purchased a ticket for the express bus through VY.

Buy your ticket here

By car:

Kistefos is located on Jevnaker, one hour north-west of Oslo, and one hour from Gardermoen. There are two entrances to the park with parking on both sides. People with reduced mobility are asked to arrive from Entrance South.

Entrance South

Recommended entrance for everyone from Oslo and the surrounding area and people with reduced mobility. Address: Kistefossveien 24. Arrival from Oslo via Klækken and Fylkesvei 241. Follow signs to Kistefos. See placement on Google Maps here.

Entrance North

Arrival from Ringerike / Jevnaker, via E16 and Bergerfossvegen. Address, Samsmoveien 41. See placement on Google Maps here.

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Kistefos is beautifully situated on the banks of the Randselva river. Photo: Kyrre Sundal.

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River Man by A Kassen contains three different sculptures, all of them shaped by the Randselva river. Foto: Kistefos.

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Path of Silence by Jeppe Hein is a grandiose site-specific installation located near the old pulp mill. Photo: Knut Arne Breibrenna.