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Join us on a trip out to the open sea to explore the Arctic wildlife. We hope to see the seals, white-tailed eagles and seabirds that surround Tromsø.
The store carries a wide selection of handicrafts, such as woolen sweaters, cardigans, local folk costumes (bunad), brooches and other jewellery, embroidery, yarn, souvenirs and much more.
The Omd turf museum
Parts of the cottage were built in about 1826 and it was extended in 1895. There is an old hearth pit inside, probably used for preparing food. Beside the cottage is a peat shed that was perhaps used earlier as a shelter for animals. Renovated in 2008 and use today as: turf museum shows history of turfing and with pictures and working tools, what the fishermen family used in the 1800s.
The Heggelund Cottage- museum
The cottage was moved to the Veita complex probably towards the end of the 1800s. It was very likely used as a boathouse/rorbu and is probably the only authentic rorbu dating back to that era. The house has a log core of hewn timber and porticos on each side, with a simple timber framework. It will serve as a museum / display. with funitures and pictures show the way of living in 1800s.
In the comfort of a dry suit you are taken out on the zodiacs to a couple of different locations around Henningsvær.
Svolværs most popular pub and terrace.
Big camping with cabins, apartments and room with high and basic standard. Child friendly campingsite, with North-Norway's biggest waterslide, playground and mini golf.
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...
Experience a real Arctic adventure when you run your own dog team in the Lyngen Alps. You can now do this trip in the evenings while you experience the magical light here in the north.