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Birkelunden park

Birkelunden (“The Birch Grove” in Norwegian) is a relatively large park located at the top of the Grünerløkka district, where a flea market is held almost every Sunday from January ’til December. In Spring and Summer, the park is divided in two sections, where the flea market is held at the bottom, while the top part of the park as usual with a fountain and lawns where one can sit and relax and enjoy life. During the week the Grünerløkka neighborhood is alive with locals shopping at boutiques, sipping their morning coffee at one of the many cafes or simply walking their dogs through Birkelunden Park. ” A paradise for bargain hunters and vintage junkies “ Come the weekend everything changes. The shops in the Grünerløkka district close on Sunday, making room for the Bruktmarket or Flea-market at Birkelunden park from 12pm – 7pm. Fashion devotees jostle with collectors and bargain hunters as they stroll through a seemingly endless array of vintage clothing, costume jewelry and antique furniture (particularly from the 1950s-1970s). It is also jam-packed with the regular flea market staples: ceramics, glassware, silver-plated objects, ceramics, vintage toys, old vinyl records, books, old militaria and memorabilia from the 60-70’s, lamps, mirrors, countertops, gadgets, piggy banks, bicycles, funny signs, books, electrical goods and curios. Source: By S


The Birkelunden park is located along the tram rails that go up Grünerløkka and right Birkelunden tram stop.

Grunerløkka – 0556 Oslo, Norway Longitude 10.7625752 Latitude 59.9266659