Lofoten Aquarium

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Lofoten Aquarium

Experience fish and fascinating sea creatures from the local waters around Lofoten. Get to know what is happening beneath the surface and hiding in the depths – from sea cucumbers and halibut to a separate aquarium for skrei. The big highlight of the day is the feeding of otters and seals. Our café has a lovely sea view. Family!  



Storvåganveien 28,
8310 Kabelvåg


+47 76 07 86 65



Opening Hours

01.01.–03.02. Closed
04.02.–30.04. Sunday–Friday 11–15*
01.05.–31.05. Every day 11-15*
01.06.–31.08. Every day 10–18
01.09.–30.09. Every day 11–15
01.10.–30.11. Sunday–Friday 11–15
01.12.–31.12. Closed
*Closed March 28-30 and May 17

Day program from June 1st

Group visits outside opening hours can be arranged at skrei@museumnord.no

Admission Prices

Adult NOK 150
Seniors/students NOK 130
Children (3–15 years) NOK 95
Family ticket (2 adults, up to 3 children) NOK 440
Group p.p. kr 130 (min. 20 pers.)

Community ticket
(incl. entrance to the Lofoten Aquarium, Lofoten Museum and Gallery Espolin)
Adult NOK 290
Children (3–15 years) NOK 130
Family (2 adults, up to 3 children) NOK 690

For booking enquiries contact:



The Coral Exhibition

Visit this newly opened exhibition about cold-water corals at the Lofoten Aquarium.

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Meet our seals

Seal feeding is on the programme twice a day at the Lofoten Aquarium.

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Lofoten aquarium

Learn about aquaculture

At the Lofoten Aquarium we have a viewing facility for Norwegian aquaculture.

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Fish from Lofoten

At Lofotakvariet you will see both large and small animals found in our sea areas.

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Meet our otters

Otter feeding is on the program twice a day at the Lofoten Aquarium

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Man holds a lobster to show off

Do you want to contribute as a volunteer?

Contribute as a volunteer by catching fish and benthic animals that can be donated to the Lofoten Aquarium.

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The Lofoten Aquarium has a shop with a good selection of gift items. Here you can find a wide variety of stuffed animals, cups, magnets, books and much more.

Take a break at the Lofoten Aquarium’s café, where you can purchase coffee, cakes, soft drinks and waffles, among other things.



SKREI will be a centre for knowledge and experiences related to the Lofoten fishery and Norway’s most important fish. SKREI extends beyond the confines of a traditional museum.