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WELCOME TO SALT

OPENING HOURS CAFÉ NAUSTET:
MONDAY: CLOSED
TUESDAY-THURSDAY: 12PM - 10PM
FRIDAY: 12PM - 11PM
SATURDAY: 10AM - 11PM
SUNDAY: 10AM - 10PM

SAUNA / EVENTS / BARS

THE SALT VILLAGE

OPENING HOURS

CAFÉ NAUSTET:
MONDAY: CLOSED
TUESDAY - THURSDAY: 12PM-10PM
FRIDAY: 12PM - 11PM
SATURDAY: 10AM - 11PM
SUNDAY: 10AM - 10PM

SAUNA SESSIONS:
FRIDAY: 3PM - 9PM
SATURDAY-SUNDAY: 12PM - 9PM

WEEKDAY BATH & SAUNA:
TUESDAY-THURSDAY: 3PM - 9PM

MORNING BATH & SAUNA:
SATURDAY-SUNDAY: 9AM - 12PM

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SAUNAS
There are several saunas to choose from at SALT, including one of the world's largest saunas, open every weekend, except during the summer. In June and July we’re keeping Skroget open for you to sweat and chill.

CAFÉ NAUSTET
Naustet is partly built of driftwood found along the seashore, and furnished with details that may remind you of your grandmother's cosy living room. At Naustet you can get real Norwegian waffles with brown cheese, baked goods, coffee and drinks.

SALT CHRISTMAS MARKET
Every Saturday and Sunday from November 9th to December 15th we invite you to our Christmas market! If you want to sell your own products at the market you are welcome to contact Julija or Hege for more information.

LANGHUSET
In Langhuset we host concerts, events and art exhibitions. Sometimes you can even go clubbing there!

LILLEHJELLA
Under Lillehjella we host our outdoor cinemas, art exhibitions and other events.

THE ARCTIC PYRAMID
The Arctic Pyramid is a majestic fish rack, towering like an open tunnel over the seaside promenade between the Opera house and Vippetangen. SALT fills it with art, culture and our many visitors.

BAZAAR
Welcome to the Bazaar, a bedouin inspired tent in the heart of Oslo. At 450m2, there's plenty of space to chill out in cozy booths.

 

SAUNAS

Right by the fjord, in the heart of Oslo, SALT is located with our four different saunas. No matter if you’re looking for a good sweat with the gang or want to kickstart your weekend dancing together with a bunch of strangers in their bathing suits, we’ve got what you need. We have saunas for everyone; Árdna, Skroget, The Barrel and the sauna in Naustet, either you’re a beginner that prefers 60-70°C or an experienced sauna enthusiast testing your limits in up to 90°C or more. Check out our different sauna concepts below to see what fits you, your friends or your group best. 

Note! Tickets are non-refundable. We can change sauna bookings no later than 2 days in advance, and we will not be available to change tickets during the weekend. Tickets can only be changed/moved one time.

 

SAUNA SESSION

SAUNA SESSION: FRIDAY: 3PM - 9PM SATURDAY - SUNDAY: 12PM - 9PM  Every weekend we invite you to join us for a real steamy Sauna Session in Árdna, Skroget and the Barrel sauna! On Fridays and Saturdays we have DJs playing in the bar in Árdna, and the dancefloor is ready for you to sweat a little extra. On Sundays we take it down a notch and serve ambient tunes and a chill vibe made for total relaxation. Árdna holds a comfortable temperature of 60-70°C, while Skroget holds between 70-80°C and the Barrel can get up to 90°C.  A new addition to the sauna experience this fall are rituals that may include aufguss, meditation sessions, special steam and other traditional sauna rituals.   PRICES FOR 3HR SAUNA SESSION: Regular tickets: 195nok SALT sauna members: 100nok Students: 150nok (bring valid student ID)  50% off for children from 7-14 years, free entry for children under 7 years.   Groups over 10 people must send an inquiry to  info(at)salted.no !  Book your tickets below or take the chance on drop-in (no entrance guaranteed, but we have a waiting list).  The last chance to enter the sauna is 45min before each time slot ends. The three hour sessions start at 12pm (only on Saturdays and Sundays), 3pm and 6pm.

SAUNA SESSION:
FRIDAY: 3PM - 9PM
SATURDAY - SUNDAY: 12PM - 9PM

Every weekend we invite you to join us for a real steamy Sauna Session in Árdna, Skroget and the Barrel sauna! On Fridays and Saturdays we have DJs playing in the bar in Árdna, and the dancefloor is ready for you to sweat a little extra. On Sundays we take it down a notch and serve ambient tunes and a chill vibe made for total relaxation. Árdna holds a comfortable temperature of 60-70°C, while Skroget holds between 70-80°C and the Barrel can get up to 90°C.

A new addition to the sauna experience this fall are rituals that may include aufguss, meditation sessions, special steam and other traditional sauna rituals.

PRICES FOR 3HR SAUNA SESSION:
Regular tickets: 195nok
SALT sauna members: 100nok
Students: 150nok (bring valid student ID)

50% off for children from 7-14 years, free entry for children under 7 years.

Groups over 10 people must send an inquiry to info(at)salted.no!

Book your tickets below or take the chance on drop-in (no entrance guaranteed, but we have a waiting list).

The last chance to enter the sauna is 45min before each time slot ends. The three hour sessions start at 12pm (only on Saturdays and Sundays), 3pm and 6pm.

MORNING BATH & SAUNA /
WEEKDAY BATH & SAUNA

MORNING BATH & SAUNA: SATURDAY - SUNDAY: 9AM - 12PM  WEEKDAY BATH & SAUNA: TUESDAY - THURSDAY: 3PM - 9PM  Welcome to our new sauna Skroget. The bathing ritual has been an important part of the Nordic way of life for a long time. Our sauna has a pleasant temperature of around 70-80°C. Outside we have two cold tubs as well as a shower if you need to cool down. Sweat out the toxins in your body and cool down in the tubs when it gets too hot. End you workday or start your weekend off just right!    PRICES:  MORNING BATH & SAUNA: 150nok  The ticket includes one hour in Skroget with access to the cold water tubs between 9am and 12pm. Check-in in Árdna.  The sessions in Skroget and the barrel sauna starts at 9am, 10am and 11am. Be precise to get the most out of your hour in the sauna.  WEEKDAY BATH & SAUNA: Regular tickets: 195nok SALT sauna members: 100nok Students: 150nok (bring valid student ID)  We don't recommend groups of more than four people to book tickets for these sessions.  50% off for children from 7-14 years, free entry for children under 7 years.  Book your tickets below or take the chance on drop-in (no entrance guaranteed, but we have a waiting list).

MORNING BATH & SAUNA:
SATURDAY - SUNDAY: 9AM - 12PM

WEEKDAY BATH & SAUNA:
TUESDAY - THURSDAY: 3PM - 9PM

Welcome to our new sauna Skroget. The bathing ritual has been an important part of the Nordic way of life for a long time. Our sauna has a pleasant temperature of around 70-80°C. Outside we have two cold tubs as well as a shower if you need to cool down. Sweat out the toxins in your body and cool down in the tubs when it gets too hot. End you workday or start your weekend off just right!

PRICES:

MORNING BATH & SAUNA:
150nok

The ticket includes one hour in Skroget with access to the cold water tubs between 9am and 12pm. Check-in in Árdna.

The sessions in Skroget and the barrel sauna starts at 9am, 10am and 11am. Be precise to get the most out of your hour in the sauna.

WEEKDAY BATH & SAUNA:
Regular tickets: 195nok
SALT sauna members: 100nok
Students: 150nok (bring valid student ID)

We don't recommend groups of more than four people to book tickets for these sessions.

50% off for children from 7-14 years, free entry for children under 7 years.

Book your tickets below or take the chance on drop-in (no entrance guaranteed, but we have a waiting list).

PRIVATE SAUNA in NAUSTET

MONDAY-SUNDAY: 12.30PM - 10PM  The Naustet sauna is located in the back of café Naustet and can take up to 8 people. It can be booked for 2-hour sessions, with it’s reception at the bar in café Naustet. The temperature inside the sauna is between 75-90°C. During a session there is a small changing room and a shower available in Naustet.  Book tickets for the Naustet sauna below, or take the chance on drop-in (no entrance guaranteed). Tickets for extra people can be bought at the bar in Naustet upon arrival.    PRICE FOR 2HR SESSION: 830nok for up to 4 people 200nok extra per person (max 4 extra)

MONDAY-SUNDAY: 12.30PM - 10PM

The Naustet sauna is located in the back of café Naustet and can take up to 8 people. It can be booked for 2-hour sessions, with it’s reception at the bar in café Naustet. The temperature inside the sauna is between 75-90°C. During a session there is a small changing room and a shower available in Naustet.

Book tickets for the Naustet sauna below, or take the chance on drop-in (no entrance guaranteed). Tickets for extra people can be bought at the bar in Naustet upon arrival.

PRICE FOR 2HR SESSION:
830nok for up to 4 people
200nok extra per person (max 4 extra)


 

Bring your own towel or rent one in the bar for 50,-. You’ll need a padlock during sauna session, weekday bath & sauna and the morning bath & sauna, and if you don’t bring your own you can buy one for 50,-. Wardrobes are right outside Árdna and we also provide two outdoor showers. Bathing suits are required in the sauna and we recommend you bring your own flip-flops since the floor can be hot. Please note that you’re not allowed to bring your own alcohol and that guests under 18 years are not allowed in the sauna in Árdna from during the 6-9pm session.

Our sauna memberships cost 800nok per year and gives the members access to discounted tickets to our public saunas. Memberships can only be bought in the bar in Árdna during opening hours.

Please note that the online pre-sale for the sauna session in Árdna closes at 3pm on Fridays and 12 pm on Saturdays and Sunday. If you miss the pre-sale you’ll have to take the chance on drop-in. Most days we can do drop-ins, but you are not guaranteed entrance if the sauna gets fully booked before you arrive. The pre-sale for the sauna in Naustet closes at 11am the same day.

Any more questions? Maybe we have answered them already. Have a look here.

 

BOOK SAUNA TICKETS


Program

 

 FOOD AT SALT

Food at SALT brings the world together in an abundance of flavours. Organic and eco-friendly products are prominent and we can offer a rich variety of vegan dishes!


Bring your friends, family or colleagues. You all get to choose dishes from your favorite cuisine, and still enjoy the meal together at our green oasis by the fjord, just a 4 minute walk from Oslo central station. If you need shelter from the sun or bad weather, bring your food inside Bazaar or café Naustet - where we always serve delicious Norwegian waffles, baked goods, black coffee and drinks.    

 

BARE BAO

MONDAY - SUNDAY: 12PM-9PM/10PM

Bare Bao is Oslo's first food truck that serves fresh handmade bao. Bao is an Asian twist on sandwich consisting of soft and sweet steamed bread filled with ingredients such as slow-cooked meat, fresh vegetables and and tasty sauces."Gua Bao" originates in Taiwan and is also known as "pork belly bun" and "steamed buns".

OASIS ICE CREAM

MONDAY - SUNDAY: 1PM-8PM
(Open when the weather is good)

Oasis Ice Cream Bar will be spreading their “sweet green love" at SALT this summer with organic plant based and handcrafted gelato. Fresh, delicious and kind to mother earth! Free of lactose, free of gluten, vegan friendly and made with an organic signature. Come and indulge in creamy coconut based gelatos and refreshing sorbets!

ASK & LOKE

THURSDAY - SATURDAY: 12PM-10PM

All ingredients are from Norway. You’re virtually eating Norwegian heritage. It might sound like a barbaric viking meal, but the modern norse chefs has refined their influence from high-end restaurants like Maaemo. They offer locally picked herbs, tasty almond potatoes and grilled stockfish, dried on “fiskehjeller” - like the triangular structures at SALT.

GOOD MOOD

MONDAY - SUNDAY: 11AM-8PM/10PM

GoodMood Streetfood is good food on wheels. They serve Oslo's best "Grilled Cheese" sandwich, deer stew and fried potato wedges with a range of toppings. The couple Stian and Benedikte has taken their long experience from restaurants into this very charming foodtruck to get closer to the customers around the city. This summer they will make you forget your lunch box at SALT.

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SHOW ME MUSSELS

MONDAY - SUNDAY: 11AM-10PM

Show Me Mussels serves delicious mussels fresh from the sea, as well as vegan lasagna. Just as they do on the beach in Italy they will also have a speciality of the day with seasonal ingredients to spice up their already exciting menu!

FRODIG

THURSDAY - SATURDAY: 12PM-10PM

Frodig is Norwegian for ‘lush’ - like the cultural diversity in Oslo. In Frodig’s menu, the Middle East and East Africa meets in a lovely mix of salads and sandwiches. You can enjoy baked vegetables, hummus and babaganoush, chicken from Hovelsrud farm, marinated after a Syrian recipe and sourdough bread from Ille brød. All organic and with ingredients supplied by local farmers!

ALBA PIZZA

MONDAY - SUNDAY: 11AM-10PM

Alba Pizza has in to a new container and is now serving wood fired pizza straight out of their Ferrari red oven. Run by Italians from the Langhe region, they offer you the taste of white truffles and delicious pizza!

NORDVEGAN

TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY: 12PM-8PM
THURSDAY - SATURDAY: 12PM-10PM
SUNDAY: 12PM-8PM

Nordvegan is pure vegan. This is a lifestyle restaurant focusing on casual eating, with a daily changing menu and fresh products. You can find a combination of warm and cold dishes with appetizing recipes focusing on the fusion cuisine with a twist. Prepare to take your plant based dining experience to the next level!

SWEET DEKOR

MONDAY - SUNDAY: 11AM-8PM
(Open when the weather is good)

Sweet on the way contains an Italian espresso-machine and a heaven of cakes. Whether this is to kick-start your day, to round-off your meal or simply as a treat, the cutest food truck at SALT will provide you with the best coffee and the best cakes at SALT!

 

ART AT SALT

 
 

In collaboration with the The Finnish-Norwegian Cultural Institute we are presenting Kaarina Kaikkonen's massive installation “We Are Still The Same” in the Arctic Pyramid where you are invited to walk through Kaikkonen's tunnel of shirts. This is to feel free and to touch the fabric of a shirt reminding you of someone. Kaikkonen brings the reminiscent of people's lives from distant places and times. The tattered and torn everyday objects are framing the view of a prosperous Oslo, allowing us to spend time and find our own traces.

Bring your family, your friends, your lunchbox, your books, your daydreams. Extend the experience to a low trechold retreat, in the middle of Oslo, with Sauna Sessions during the weekends. 

Do touch the artworks.

 

“We are still the same”
Kaarina Kaikkonen (Fi) 
20. September – 

“In every shirt there is a story, because someone with a warm heart has been wearing it. All kind of people are together here, but we are still the same, we are no wiser than fish. We still act like fish, always going in a group, following each other in the same direction, like a shoal of fish. We are a part of nature, and nature is within us.” Artist Kaarina Kaikkonen 

Artist Kaarina Kaikkonen (f. 1952) has transformed sites in large scale internationally with personal garments since 1987. Hand in hand, 1200 shirts from people in Finland and Oslo are connected in the installation ‘We are still the same’ on the Arctic Pyramide Structure. Her work is presented in collaboration with The Finnish-Norwegian Cultural Institute.

Photo: Endre Lohne

Photo: Endre Lohne

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Komafest: New Chapter - Library (2015-2018)
By Pøbel and Vardø Restored
8. SEPTEMBER – november 2018

Komafest: New Chapter is one of 110 artworks that have been accepted this year for the State Art Exhibition, Høstutstillingen. Specifically, it's a mobile library rebuilt in a Ural-4320, Russian military truck. The building materials for which originate from 40 buildings and homes have already been or will be demolished in the small fishing village of Teriberka, Russia. This material has been made available as a result of an ongoing forced relocation process. Teriberka is a community on the coast of the Barents Sea, which has a strong historical link to Vardø via the Pomor trade. This Library is part of a larger site-specific project that has been ongoing for three years, the initial concept for which was conceived by Pøbel in 2015. It has evolved over time and is now a collaboration between Pøbel, placemakers Vardø Restored. The core of the books in the library have been salvaged from the abandoned school and supplemented with material donated by community in Teriberka. The process of building the library, has a symbolic value as a meeting point for people from Vardø and Teriberka. Both communities, as a result of privitization, are gradually losing the right and opportunity to live from local resources. This is a story with a local voice but with a global perspective. The library is the starting point for the exchange of experiences and understanding of common challenges. Teriberka is a case study and possible future scenario for what can happen to local communities around the world when traditional living and industry disappear in favor of major external and commercial interests. In other words, the library is a mobile archive of a Teriberka's history and culture that is disappearing. The processes itself of building and community engagement can help to renew an awareness and pride about local cultural heritage. A Komafest, to awaken a future confidence and momentum in the local community and hope for a new chapter.  

 
 

ABOUT SALT

SALT is a nomadic art project with pyramidal constructions called “hesjer”, which are based on traditional coastal construction methods. Norway has one of the world’s longest coastlines and an ancient coastal culture where the people have fished in agreement with nature. The fishermen set up fishracks to dry the fish in the wind. Dried fish did not only give people nourishment, but also became an export article that has been significant in regards to the construction of Norway.

The pyramidal structures have been developed in collaboration with architect Sami Rintala. Árdna, The Arctic Pyramid, Langhuset and Naustet all make SALT an unique place for experiences and reflection where a diversity of people can be gathered to experience art and discuss today’s major challenges. The sea is crucial for the future of the planet. How can we ensure a sustainable sea for future generations? What can we learn from the coastal people’s ability to live with and out of nature?

SALT was first erected on Sandhornøya in Nordland in 2014. The project has since visited Bergen and is now in Oslo until 2020 when the journey continues to the north. Thus, SALT Oslo becomes a two-year festival. The program includes concerts, lectures, exhibitions, debates and family events. Throughout all seasons visitors can relax in the sauna, quench their thirst and eat tasty food from the sea.

Previous artist: Yang Fudong, BJ Nilsen, HC Gilje, Justin Bennett, Jana Winderen, Signe Lidén, Tatjana Gorbachewskaja & Katya Larina, Cecilie Jonsson, Lonnie Holley, Margrethe Pettersen and Edvine Larssen.

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“When night falls, the festival takes on an even more Norwegian earthiness. There's a bonfire, but i head to the "amphisauna” to warm up properly. I sip a beer in the prism-like oven, which can fit up to 120 people and has a huge window at the front so you can look out over the beach. With a bar at the back and deep house music pumping, it feels more like a club than a sauna”
The Guardian, SALT Sandhornøy 2014

CONTACT US

Booking and information

Questions about SALT, booking and other requests can be sent to info(at)salted.no. Some questions is already answered here.

Want to book one of the saunas for a bigger group?
Email info(at)salted.no.

Note! Tickets are non-refundable. We can change sauna bookings no later than 2 days in advance, and we will not be available to change tickets during the weekend. Tickets can only be changed/moved one time.

You can email us in Norwegian, Swedish, Danish and English and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.

venue hire

Interested in renting a space at SALT? Email us at info(at)salted.no and we’ll help you make your event or meeting happen!

Read about each space, prices and technique here.

 

SALT contact persons

Sjur Marqvardsen
General Manager
sjur(at)salted.no

Kristine Karlsen og Pernille E. Tårnes
Marketing Managers
presse(at)salted.no

We have lots of partners and friends making every day at SALT a blast. Please say hello to them!

How to get here? It’s a 5 minutes walk from Oslo Central Station. Follow the harbor promenade in direction towards Vippetangen. The closest location on GPS is Langkaia 1.

 
 

FAQ

Do you have a question? Maybe we have the answer below.
If not, you can e-mail us at info(at)salted.no.

 

I was at salt this weekend and forgot something. How can i get it back?

Everything people leave in the saunas or elsewhere at SALT, we take to the bar in Naustet or in Árdna. You can pick it up there during our opening hours.

Can I book a table?

No, we’re afraid not. If you want to secure a table inside Naustet or somewhere outside you have to come early. We have a large seating area outside so the chances to find a table are quite good.

 
 
 

Is there drop-in in the sauna?

Yes, there’s drop-in in both Sauna session, Morning bath and the Naustet sauna, but you’re not guaranteed a ticket. If it’s full, then it’s full. But we do have a waiting list in case someone leaves early.

Can I buy tickets in advance for the sauna?

Yes, that’s no problem. You can buy tickets for all our saunas at salted.no/sauna.

 

I went to SALT to see a DJ/band during sauna session, but she/they cancelled. Can I get a refund?

No, the ticket is for entrance to the sauna. Everything else happening is an extra treat.

Can I buy tickets for upcoming saunas and events happening in the bar at SALT?

No, all tickets to coming events must be bought online at salted.no. You can only buy tickets for events happening the current day in the bar.

 

I’ve bought a ticket for Sauna session from 3pm to 6pm. Can I stay longer than 6pm if I want?

Yes, but then you have to buy another ticket. Between 3pm and 6pm you can come and go as you please, but if you wish to stay longer you must buy a ticket for the next time slot.

Is there an age limit in the sauna?

No, we welcome all ages, shapes and sizes, except after 6pm during Sauna Sessions, then you have to be over 18. But if you wish to bring your child remember that everyone reacts differently to heat. Drink water before and after the sauna and take many breaks if you're staying a while. You know your child best.

 

I wish to book the Naustet sauna but isn’t allowed to press the button for the time slot I want. Can you help?

When you can’t press the button for a time slot that means it’s sold out.

How can I become a member of salt and get discounted tickets?

Per now we only have sauna memberships and they can be bought in the bar in Árdna during the opening hours. The membership costs 800nok per year and you’ll get discounted sauna session tickets.

 

We want to eat at SALT, is that possible?

Yes, but we only sell waffles and baked goods in Naustet, nothing more advanced. Outside you can find different food trucks and stalls during the summer, so just order from them and eat anywhere you like! You can find info about all the food stalls here.

Can we bring our own drinks to the sauna and SALT?

No, drinks must be bought in our bars - no exceptions.

 

Can I book tickets for the floating sauna?

Yes, but not through us. To book those tickets you need to contact our friends at KOK (kokoslo.no) or Sørenga badstue- og helårsbadeanstalt (sbha.no).