You may also enjoy the exhibition “The Art of Co-existence”, with information on fisheries, aquaculture, oil and gas activities in Norway. The Lofoten Aquarium is an information centre for Norwegian aquaculture and there are separate display cages with salmon in the sea, where the fish can be observed up close.
One of the highlights of your visit will be the feeding time for the seals and otters in their outdoor pools, and the Lofoten Aquarium additionally features photo exhibitions and films, a souvenir shop, and a cafe where you can enjoy a cup of coffee and excellent views.
Hours of Operation
Feb 1–Apr 30 Sun–Fri 11–15
May 1–May 31 Daily 11–15
June 1–Aug 31 Daily 10–18
Sept 1–Nov 30 Sun–Fri 11–15
Easter 2017: Open every day except Apr 13 (Holy Thursday), Apr 14 (Good Friday) and Apr 15 (Holy Saturday).
Closed May 17
At other times by appointment
01.02-31.05: Winter season
01.06-31.08: Summer season
01.09-30.11: Winter season
Senior/student 100 NOK
Child (age 3–15) 70 NOK
Group per person 100 NOK (min 20 ppl)
Family ticket 340 NOK (2ad/3ch)
Joint ticket to visit the Aquarium, Gallery Espolin and Lofoten Museum:
Adults NOK 220, Children (3-15) NOK 110