SKREI Heritage Center

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SKREI Heritage Center. Photo: Kjell Ove Storvik / Museum Nord
SKREI Heritage Center is situated in Storvågan near Kabelvåg, and consists of the Lofoten Museum, the Lofoten Aquarium and the Gallery Espolin. Here you can experience close contact with the nature, culture and history of the world’s most beautiful archipelago – Lofoten.

Study the history of the fisherman at the Lofoten Museum, which houses one of the region’s best preserved squire’s mansions, authentic fishermen’s cabins and traditional boathouses.
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Experience the fascinating underwater world of the Northern Norwegian Sea at the Lofoten Aquarium, and learn about the Lofoten cod, known by its Norwegian name skrei.
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Visit Gallery Espolin to immerse yourself in artist Kaare Espolin Johnson’s expressive power and explore the region’s dramatic history, and the life and destiny of coastal people.
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SKREI Lofoten Cultural Heritage Center
Plans for a large scale visitor’s center in the area is under way. This project has the preliminary name SKREI Lofoten Cultural Heritage Center, and seeks to establish an experience center, research facilities and a cultural destination of national importance.
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Joint ticket to visit the Aquarium, Gallery Espolin and Lofoten Museum:
Adults NOK 250, Children (3–15) NOK 120
Exhibitions at the Lofoten Aquarium. Photo: Kjell Ove Storvik / Museum Nord
The new SKREI Heritage Center. Illustration: LPO Arkitekter.
The new SKREI Heritage Center. Illustration: LPO Arkitekter.

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