Hamburg synker 4.mars 1941 – Kopi
Merchant ship Hamburg is sunk during Operation Claymore, March 4 1941. Photo: William Hakvaag

Lofoten War Museum offers the largest exhibition of rare uniforms and artifacts from World War II. The exhibition provides a unique historic snapshot of these five dramatic years, telling the war story in a unique, personal and engaging way. Many rare objects are featured.

The museum receives great feedback from all over the globe, and as a war veteran said, “Must be one of the best in the world – maybe the best!” Don’t miss this museum if you are in Lofoten/Svolvær.

Opening Hours 2021

1 January–28 February: Only open on request
1 March–31 December: Daily 18.30–22
Closed on Christmas eve

1 June–30 September
Monday–Friday 10–16
Saturday–Sunday 11–15

Visit outside opening hours can be booked
at +47 917 30 328

Due to Covid-19 changes may occur. Thank you
for understanding.

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!

Prices 2021

Adult 100 NOK
Child (age 7–15) 50 NOK
Group per person 80 NOK (min 12 ppl)

Foto: Kjell Ove Storvik
Exhibition at the Lofoten War Museum. Photo: Kjell Ove Storvik

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