Summer guests at Andøy museum

06 July 2021

A museum visit may not be the first thing you think of when the northern Norwegian summer turns out from its best side. The first summer guests at Andøy Museum dropped by this week.

But many of our venues are located in idyllic locations and have fantastic lookout points that make a visit tempting – even in 25 degrees Celsius. For example, Andøy Museum and Andenes lighthouse where there is full speed (in all kind weather).

On Monday, the Andøy Museum opened for the first summer guests at of the year after the end of the refurbishment. In addition to the museum, we recommend a visit to the lighthouse and a stroll around the beautiful outdoor area. Nice museum hosts are ready to give you a memorable visit.

Opening hours and other information about the Andøy Museum can be found here.

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