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Norway itinerary with Husband and Four Kids

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Hi. I just read that Pulpit Rock is one of the 20 most awe-inspiring places in the world and I had an idea to surprise my husband and kids with a trip there. My four kids, ages 15, 13, 11, and 9 have about 10 days off school at the end of September. (They've never been to Europe and we've all never been to Norway).

Is Pulpit Rock doable with these ages?

Would you be able to recommend a good itinerary for about 10-11 days? I would want to incorporate gorgeous scenic places with city stuff that kids would be interested in. I figure Oslo is a must. My girls (2 of them and 2 boys) love museums and art while the boys don't unless it is science or planet related. They all love adventurous, fun activities.

Thanks.

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