Museum Nord is a group of 21 venues spread across northern Norway, dedicated to the preservation and display of Norweigian cultural history. Discover more about each venue, including addresses, opening hours, fees, key exhibitions, events, and discover key exhibits at different museums and venues.
Norwegian Fishing village Museum
One of Norway's best preserved and complete fishing villages. Visit various buildings; including boathouse, cod liver oil factory, husmansstua. Main topic: life in the fishing village 1840–1960 and the development of Lofoten fishing over the past 250 years. Shop and summer café.Read More
Neptun Herring Oil Factory
A piece of northern Norway's industrial history. The country's most modern herring oil factory when it was established in 1910. Cooperation with the occupying forces during World War II and predation on nature is part of Neptun's exciting history. Protected by the National Heritage Board as a technical-industrial cultural monument.Read More
Experience the history of Bø through objects and exhibitions, coastal culture and the authorship of Regine Normann, boathouse and rorbu. Fairytale forest for children. Artscape Nordland and outdoor gallery nearby. Museum gift shop. The man from the sea and the open-air gallery. Museum shop.Read More
A monument to Norway's Transport history: Visit the bridge, engine room and cabins on the Finnmarken express route (1956) in its iconic barley. Feel the atmosphere in the lounges from the steamship Finmarken (1912). Activities for children and families. Hurtigruta's importance is told in modern exhibitions. Food and drinks are served in the dining room anno 1956. Welcome aboard!Read More