Utstillingen i Hurtigrutemuseet. Foto: Kjell Ove Storvik.
Part of exhibition. Photo: Kjell Ove Storvik

For more than 100 years, Hurtigruten has been an integral part of life in northern Norway, tying cities and communities together, carrying goods and people over the nations number one highway: The ocean. The Hurtigruten Museum has found its natural location in Stokmarknes, the very city where founder of Hurtigruten, Richard With, lived and worked.

The Hurtigruten Museum offers a journey through changing times, and lets you see these mighty ships from different sides: from mail and stateroom, through loading and unloading, safety and navigation.

The landlocked Hurtigruten ship M/S Finnmarken (1956) is the worlds biggest museum artefact, and is open to visitors all year round during business hours. Visit this classic ship, with its stately interior and rich history.

Opening hours

Jan 1–May 31 Every day 14.00–16.00
June 1–Sept 30 Every day 10.00–16.00
Oct 1–Dec 31 Every day 14.00–16.00

Also open by appointment. Call to book: (+47) 76 11 81 90
Price: 1500 NOK + 1000 NOK for guide (one hour)


Adult 100 NOK (M/S closed 75 NOK)
Child 45 NOK (M/S closed 30 NOK)
Senior/student 85 NOK (M/S closed 65 NOK)
Group (min. 10 ppl) p.p. 85 NOK (M/S closed 65 NOK)

Private guide: 1000 NOK
Guiding in Norwegian and English offered

Passengers that arrive in Stokmarknes on the southbound
Hurtigruten has their own discounted prices.

Hurtigrutemuseet. Foto: Kjell Ove Storvik.
Photo: Kjell Ove Storvik
Hurtigrutemuseet. Foto: Kjell Ove Storvik.
Photo: Kjell Ove Storvik

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