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Experience farmed fish close up and visit a sea farm to learn more about sea farming. Situated on the way to Torghatten.
A "rorbu" cabin from 1834 providing an insight into the everyday life of the fisherman.
The Lofoten War Memorial Museum probably offers Norway´s most extensive collection of uniforms and smaller objects from the second World War. Most likely, this is in fact one of the world´s largest collections of this kind
Norway's Lofoten Islands, deep inside the Arctic Circle, are without doubt one of the most beautiful archipelagos in the world and a photographers dream. During the winter months the Lofoten Islands are also one of the best places to see aurora borealis, also known as the northern lights.
Bindal Museum is a new museum (opened in 2013),
which tells the history of forestry and use of wood – local boat-building traditions, timber industry and boreal rain forest. Museum shop/café.
The Boathouse at Å was built in 1844. The museum's main fisheries exhibition and the "Myth & Legend" exhibition are on display here.
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.
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.
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.
At the Lofoten Museum you can explore authentic environments from the 1800s in a beautiful scenic setting.