New additions to the farm

29 March 2023

We are in a state of bliss that our wild boars have had cubs at Lofotr Viking Museum. They are so beautiful and we look forward to the future.

In the summer, there are opportunities to see the wild boar cubs. Then they graze on areas around the museum.

We also got a calf on the farm. The calf is absolutely gorgeous and is similar to its mother. In the summer you will also be able to see these pastures in the areas around the museum in the summer.

These are animals of ancient breeds.

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