Museum Nord is a non-profit, government-supported organisation within the national museum network, operating 21 different museum units in northern Norway. Museum Nord contributes to the collection and documentation of historic sites and objects, carrying out research, and disseminating and promoting the cultural and natural history of Ofoten, Vesterålen and Lofoten. In this context the museum works towards the preservation of archaeological and architectural buildings and monuments, physical environments of cultural significance, and the region’s intangible cultural heritage.
There is always something happening at the venues. Exhibitions, activities, talks – we hope you will find something you enjoy. Find out more by clicking here.
Museum Nord operate venues in Narvik region, Vesterålen and Lofoten that receive funding throuh the Ministry of Culture’s subsidy scheme for museums. We work contonuosly with research, collection work and development in our existing museums and through our projects. We are proud to present a number of relevant small and large projects.
If you want to read more, select “Projects” for an overview of our completed projects. If you choose “Our future” you can read about our current projects and future plans.