Norsk Telemuseum, Sørvågen. Foto: Kjell Ove Storvik
Sørvågen Radio – a Telecom Museum. Photo: Kjell Ove Storvik

Sørvågen Radio is a telemuseum about local and national telecommunications history.

WHY WERE THE FIRST WIRELESS Morse signals in Northern Europe from the telegraph station in Sørvågen, far west in Lofoten, and where were these signals sent? This museum gives you the answers to these and many other questions.

The museum has a rich, exciting collection of newer and older objects related to the theme. See our exhibition of mobile phones, compare your own with the 1973 edition – there is a bit of a difference!

The exhibition in the museum appeals to many age groups and interests. Here are not only telephones and old switchboards, but also good explanations of why Lofoten and Sørvågen were among the first to use modern technology. the museum is located at Moskenesveien 889 in Sørvågen.

Opening hours 2021

May 7–June 30: Monday–Friday 11am–3pm
July 1–July 31: Tuesday–Saturday 11am–4pm
August 1–August 31: Monday–Friday 11am–3pm

Groups on request all year, also outside opening hours.

Covid-19
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

Adults 60 NOK
Students/children 30 NOK
Children 0–5 years free

Norsk Telemuseum, Sørvågen. Foto: Kjell Ove Storvik
Photo: Kjell Ove Storvik
Norsk Telemuseum, Sørvågen. Foto: Kjell Ove Storvik
Photo: Kjell Ove Storvik

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