Travel with children

Experience seal and otter feeding, try ax throwing, eat the world’s best cinnamon buns, see life in the Lofoten Sea, crawl into the storytelling cave and clomb up the lighthouse. See a fisherman’s cabin as it was in the old days, learn about mine and quarries and enjoy the days in the venues large outdoor areas.

Sortland Museum

The importance of the ocean in the north, the vulnerable ecosystem in the ocean and the consequences of marine litter and pollution that are the topic. Seabed is aimed at children and adolescents.

Lofotr Viking Museum

At Borg in Lofoten you can experience the Viking Age in a vibrant environment. Smell tar and fire. Taste the food, hear the story. The Vikings have been waiting for you for more than a thousand years.


A meeting with life in the Lofoten Sea. Cod, halibut, crabs, sedation and haddock? these and many more you will meet in the aquarium. Feeding seals and otters at fixed times. Café.

Lofoten Museum

Lofoten fishing history at one of the best preserved historical sites in Lofoten. Magnificent squire farm (1815), washed rorbu cabins and boathouse with traditional boats. Historic garden and very beautiful location.

Hurtigruten Museum

A monument to Norway’s transport history: Visit the bridge, engine room and cabins on the Finnmarken express route (1956) in its iconic building. Feel the atmosphere in the lounges from the steamship Finmarken (1912). Activities for children and families. Hurtigruta’s importance is told in modern exhibitions. Food and drinks are served in the dining room anno 1956. Welcome aboard!

Norwegian Fishermen’s Museum

One of Norway’s best preserved and complete fishing villages. Visit various buildings; including boathouse, trandamperi, husmansstua. Main topic: life in the fishing village 1840-1960 and the development of lofoten fishing over the past 250 years. Shop and summer café.