Norsk fiskeværsmuseum. Foto: Kjell Ove Storvik
Norwegian Fishing Village Museum. Photo: Kjell Ove Storvik

Welcome to Å, at the end of E10: the King Olav´s Road. Here you will find the picturesque Norwegian Fishing Village Museum, and experience everyday life at the Lofoten fisheries over the last 250 years.

• The old stone oven bakery, from 1878, with delicious bread and cinnamon buns
• The big boat house, with traditional wooden boats (Nordland boats)
• The cod liver oil factory – and increase your vitamin D dose
• The home of the fisherman´s family
• The post office, where the expedition of the steam ships were held
• The Forge, where the blacksmith was working
• Historical gardens
• The old grocery shop, located in a house built in 1843. Locally produced food, textiles, local literature, clothing, fishing equipment – and a basic selection of groceries
• The fisherman´s cabin is accessible on guided tours

The Norwegian Fishing Village Museum offers guiding in Norwegian, English and Spanish, from 15 to 60 minutes. During the summer season guiding may be available in other languages.

Opening Hours 2020

June 2–August 2: Every day 11–18
August 3–August 23: Every day 11–17
August 24–August 31: Every day 11–15
September 1–December 12: Monday–Saturday 11–15
Also open by appointment

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 2020

Adult 100 NOK
Senior 80 NOK
Student 60 NOK
Child (6–17) 60 NOK
Child (under 5) Free

Group rates:
1–10 people 800 NOK in total (outside regular opening hours 1000 NOK in total)
11–49 people 80 NOK per person (children age 6–17 60 NOK)
50+ people 65 NOK per person (children age 6–17 60 NOK)

Baking på fiskeværsmuseet. Foto Alex Conu
Photo: Alex Conu
Transmaking på fiskeværsmuseet. Foto Kjell Ove Storvik
Photo: Kjell Ove Storvik
Norsk Fiskeværsmuseum Rorbua 2017
Photo: James Morgan

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