Our Venues

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.

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Lofotr Viking Museum

Meet the Vikings. Smell the tar, taste the food, feel the history. The Vikings have been awaiting you for more than 1000 years. Welcome to the Viking age.

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Sørvågen Radio

The first wireless Morse signals in Northern Europe were sent from Sørvågen. Theme is the technical, social, and cultural development that followed the establishment of the telegraph in Lofoten.

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Norwegian Fishing village Museum

One of Norway's best preserved and complete fishing villages. Visit various buildings; including boathouse, trandamperi, 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.

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Fygle Museum

Old schoolbuilding (1898) with complete classroom, teachers home and dentist office. Rorbu from 1834.

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Skaftnes Farm

The farm consists of a farmhouse, barn, dock and boathouse. The buildings are open to visitors and a skilled guide is available. Learn about fishermen and farmers who lived between the sea and a somewhat barren soil around 1900 – 1940.

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Lofoten Aquarium

Meet the arctic cod and other species of the Lofoten sea. Feeding of seal and otters.

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Lofoten Museum

Lofoten fisheries – history in one of the best preserved places in Lofoten. An impressive mansion alongside with authentic rorbuer and boathouses with traditional wooden boats. Historical garden.

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Lofoten War Memorial Museum

The largest exhibition of rare uniforms and artifacts from World War II in Norway. Unique historic snapshots. Personal and engaging.

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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.

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Jennestad Trading Post

Time has stood still after the closing of the shop in 1982. The scent of coffee and tobacco still lingers in the air.

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