At the Lofoten Aquarium you can learn about the Lofoten cod, also known as skrei: The east Atlantic cod which every winter migrate from the Barents Sea to Lofoten to spawn. Skrei is the foundation for the Lofoten fishery and has for centuries been one of the most important fishes in Europe. Check out our skrei aquarium, as well as aquariums containing most other species of fish, crustaceans and marine animals found in the waters around Lofoten. Some examples of the species on view can be seen on the page Animals at the Lofoten Aquarium. You may also enjoy the exhibition “The Art of Co-existence”, with information on fisheries, aquaculture, oil and gas activities in Norway.
One of the highlights of your visit will be the feeding time for the seals and otters in their outdoor pools, and the Lofoten Aquarium additionally features photo exhibitions and films, a souvenir shop, and a cafe where you can enjoy a cup of coffee and excellent views.
Visit a real fish farm!
The Lofoten Aquarium is a visiting center for Norwegian Aquaculture, with small display fish cages where you can learn about Norwegian fish farming up close. The aquarium also cooperate with a local fish farming company to offer exciting boat trips out to a real fish farm at sea, where you get a unique insight into a top modern, high tech industry – one of the most important industries in Lofoten.
Opening hours 2021
January 1–February 28: Closed
March 1–April 30: Sunday–Friday* 11–15
May 1–May 31: Every day* 11–15
June 1–August 31: Every day 10–18
September 1–November 30: Sunday–Friday 11–15
December 1–December 31: Closed
*Closed April 1–3 and May 17
At other times by appointment
Changes may occur
Your safety and our staff´s safety is important to us.
We are working in accordance to the authorities
regulations to ensure a safe visit. We ask you to
follow our guidelines. Please inform yourself on
these upon arrival. Our guidelines are easy to
detect upon arrival. Please do not hesitate to
contact our staff if any questions. We are looking
forward to sharing our history with you – welcome!
Adult 130 NOK
Senior/student 110 NOK
Child (age 3–15) 80 NOK
Family ticket (2 adults, 3 children) 360 NOK
Group per person 110 (min. 20 persons)
Adult 250 NOK
Child (age 3–15) 120 NOK