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Gildeskål Church Site

Centuries of cultural history pervade the old church site of Gildeskål. The 12th century medieval stone church with its rich traditions and with its beautiful and distinctive fixtures and furnishings is situated here.



Here you can sit right on the harbor and enjoy fine dining outdoors or indoors. Overlooking Bodøs piers.


Nordland Turselskap

ordland Adventures offers considerable wilderness experience to allow others to experience the unique beauty of Nordland county. We are located in the...


Stella Polaris

Stella Polaris AS (Ltd.), established in 1990, organizes nature and culture activities for groups of all sizes in unconventional ways in the area around Bodø. The trips can last from a few hours up to several days, and may include deep-sea rafting, sea eagle safaris, fishing trips, glacier hikes and canoeing, to mention but a few of your options.


Bodø maritime garage

Bodø Maritime helps you with your boat.


Royal bowling and billiard

Bowling is located in the basement of the Radisson Blu Hotel.


Saltstraumen Divers’ Camp

Diving in Saltstraumen is probably one of the most impressive and spectacular things a diver can do.


National Norwegian Aviation Museum – tells the story of Norwegian aviation history.

The Norwegian Aviation Museum is Norway’s national aviation museum. The museum conveys an intimate experience of aviation and its fascinating history, with the help of impressive exhibitions spread across an area of approximately 10,000 m2.
Adult: kr. 120,- Child: kr. 60,- Family: kr. 330,



The host family offers unique adventures based on the countryside and Stone Age culture at Saltstraumen


Fykantrappa - hiking in historical surroundings

The Fykantrappa was built in 1919 by workers called «Rallare», kind of wandering and poor people living on a day-to-day basis. The staircase was needed to be able to build the hydropower station in Glomfjord. Today a wonderful experience in the footsteps of Ralllaren.Walk it with a guide, or on your own.
12 000 NOK for guided trips on Fykantrappa
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