Lofoten War Museum

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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

All year/Daily 18.30–22.00

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

EASTER 2018:
Open every day 18:30-22:00 and by appointment

Also open by appointment
Closed on Christmas Eve


Adult 100 NOK
Child (age 7–15) 30 NOK
Group per person 80 NOK (min 12 ppl)
Exhibition at the Lofoten War Museum. Photo: Kjell Ove Storvik

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