Christmas wasn't celebrated in Norway until about 1000 or 1100 AD, which was when when Christianity first came to the area.
One of the most famous Christmas customs in Norway is the big Christmas Tree that Norway gives to the UK every year.
The tree is given as a present to say 'thank you' for the help that the people of the UK gave to Norwayduring World War II.
The tree then stands in Trafalgar Square in the middle of London, and thousands of people come to watch the Christmas tree lights get turned on every year.
We hope you have enjoyed viewing this live snow scene webcam from Norway, there are plenty more to see here too.