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Arran Lule Sami Centre

A national centre featuring a museum and exhibitions on Sami culture, language, history and ethnicity, a language section with distance education, Sa...

Tranøy

The Hamsun Gallery on Tranøy

Knut Hamsun, then Knud Pedersen,  was fifteen when he worked in the store as a young sales man. There are strong vibes of this history within the...

Hamarøy

Tranøy Galleri

An art gallery featuring permanent exhibitions of Tor Arne Moen’s Hamsun illustrations. New annual sales exhibition of art and craft. Café. The ga...

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.

ENGELØYA

Batterie Dietl

Experience one of Europe’s largest coastal fortifications from the Second World War. Three of the world’s largest guns were here firing shells with a...

ENGELØYA

Steigen Bygdetun

Welcome to Breidablikk, a doctor’s residence dating from 1877. The lady of the house offers delicious “lefser” and cakes, which can be enjoyed in the c...

Hamarøy

Hamarøy Bygdetun

The old trading post of Breidablikk is located in the heart of the municipal centre, Oppeid. Since 1845 it has been an important meeting place in the...

Hamarøy

The Childhood Home of Knut Hamsun

The story about the life and works of Knut Hamsun is like an old-fashioned fairy-tale. It’s a fairy-tale about the talented but poor boy from the count...

Terråk

Bindal Museum

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.

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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