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The trading centre at Kjerringøy is located idyllic and stands forth as one of Norway’s most important building memorials from the 18-th century. It contains 15 antiquated buildings in a unique setting.
The gondola cable car lift in Narvik takes you up to an altitude of 656 metres above sea level in just 7 minutes. From there you have a fantastic view...
Aurora Comfort package
at Tinja Mountain Lodge
After arriving and checking in at Tinja mountain lodge we will tell you all about the arctic lights and give you a picture presentation. We will take a walk outside the lodge and enjoy beer tasting from our own arctic brewery, or stay inside our lavvo to sample snacks by an open fire. You will learn about the magical blue hours before enjoying a Nordic 4 course gourmet dinner with drink pairing. After dinner we may venture outside again to look for the northern lights. Your day ends with a good night’s sleep in the lodge. In the morning we offer a breakfast in the restaurant before departure, or you can choose to stay for longer.
The Art Centre's gallery has alternating exhibitions of contemporary visual art and craft work. The shop offers a wide selection of visual art and cra...
Lofoten Kajakk offers seakayaktrips with guide all year through. Courses approved by BCU and NPF.
Nordvika Old Trading Post dates back to the early 18th century and is one of the best-preserved in Northern Norway. Enjoy a cup of coffee in the lounge...
The rural museum, beautifully situated by the church in Vik, focuses on food traditions and agricultural history and has a large collection of old ute...
The old storehouse was moved here and rebuilt. During the summer, a variety of exhibitions are held at Bindal. Enjoy a cup of coffee and find gifts for...
Further information is available at Intersport in the glass arcade (Glasshuset, 3rd floor, Koch department store), or the BOT office on the 1st floor a...
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.