Lofoten War Museum

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Merchant ship Hamburg is sunk during Operation Claymore, March 4 1941. Photo: William Hakvaag
Lofoten War Museum offers the largest exhibition of rare uniforms and artifacts from World War II. The exhibition provides a unique historic snapshot of these five dramatic years, telling the war story in a unique, personal and engaging way. Many rare objects are featured.

The museum receives great feedback from all over the globe, and as a war veteran said, “Must be one of the best in the world – maybe the best!” Don’t miss this museum if you are in Lofoten/Svolvær.

Opening Hours

All year/Daily 18.30–22.00

June 1–Sept 30
Monday–Friday 10–16
Saturday–Sunday 11–15

EASTER 2018:
Open every day 18:30-22:00 and by appointment

Also open by appointment
Closed on Christmas Eve

Prices

Adult 100 NOK
Child (age 7–15) 30 NOK
Group per person 80 NOK (min 12 ppl)
Foto: Kjell Ove Storvik
Exhibition at the Lofoten War Museum. Photo: Kjell Ove Storvik

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