After lunch, a performance was held in the Einar Gerhardsen Room. Music was provided by the Barratt Dues Junior Orchestra and the vocal group Queendom.
As part of the performance, Odd Kjus talked about a day at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp, Grethe Frydenlund spoke about her experiences as a refugee in Sweden, Wanda Heger Hjorth talked about imprisonment — on the outside, Thor Hofsbro spoke about the police homecoming and Finn Erik Vinje explained about what is known as "Swedish soup".
The Swedish and Norwegian Royal Couples also heard presentations about Voksenåsen's Dag Hammarskjöld programme and "Africa Empowered Women — Women for Change" in Zambia.
After the performance, The Queen and Queen Sonja of Norway opened Voksenåsen's anniversary exhibition, "Borderless", at which works by a number of famous Swedish and Norwegian artists are being exhibited.
At Voksenkollen, 501 metres above sea level, the idea was that the Norwegian and Swedish flags should fly side by side. The spot was originally called Svenskhemmet Voksenåsen, and would be a place where Swedes could experience Norway. The building was officially opened on 2 October 1960.