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Sømna

Sømna bygdetun (rural museum)

Bygdetunet is situated at the place what once was called Viks most beautiful garden, today nearby Vik church, not far away from the centre of Vik.

Hommelstø

Velfjord rural museum

Buildings and objects from older days. You get to see different things the farmer- and fishermen used in their everyday life. Velfjord rural museum is situated in beautiful surroundings by Strengevatnet in Brønnøy County.

Runde

Rundebranden

Rundebranden is the third largest bird mountain in Norway, and has got a thriving bird life as well as a wide range of plants and flowers. The peak is...

Runde

Rundebranden

Rundebranden is the third largest bird mountain in Norway, and has got a thriving bird life as well as a wide range of plants and flowers. The peak is...

Tjørvåg

Herøy Coastal Museum

The museum is situated at Herøy Gard, a former trading community and parsonage. Come and explore the trading community the way it looked in the 16-17t...

Brønnøysund

Norsk Havbrukssenter

Experience farmed fish close up and visit a sea farm to learn more about sea farming. Situated on the way to Torghatten.

Runde

Runde Lighthouse

Runde Lighthouse is situated on Kvalneset, northwest of the island Runde. This is one of the 80 listed lighthouses in Norway. The lighthouse became ope...

Dønna

Nordvika old trade post

Nordvika old trade post is located on the island Dønna along the coast of Helgeland, and represents one of the old North Norwegian trading places.

Hommelstø

Nevernes Havn

Nevernes Havn - Centre for coastal culture in Helgeland. A multicentre presenting local traditions within agriculture and fishing trades. Situated in beautiful surroundings at Nevernes in Nordland County.

Vega

E-huset

In an old commercial pier at Nes in Vega you will find a gem of a museum. The museum E-huset shows the tradition of eider ducks as house animals. The work with nests and down has created an exciting culture about the exploitation of local resources in close interaction with nature.
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