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Narvik

The Nordland Red Cross War Memorial Museum

In April-May, 1940, Narvik was the centre of attention all over the world. The Battle of Narvik and the fight for the ore ended with the city being ra...

Stord

Sunnhordlandstunet - Leirvik

Sunnhordlandstunet farm, cluster is situated a few minutes´ walk up the hill from the centre of Leirvik, or by car from Sæ. It consist of eleven old bu...

Vik i Sogn

Skredstova - the avalanche house

A small museum about the avalanche that came down at this place in 1811. 45 people died. This is one of Norways worst natural desasters, according to...

Godøya

Godøy Coastal Museum

Godøy Coastal Museum offers some varied exhibitions over three floors in an old school building. The guide will take you through the three separate e...

Sykkylven

Sykkylven Museum of Natural History

The museum is currently closed due to relocation! In picturesque Sykkylven you will find the region's only museum of natural history. Get to know the...

Paradis

Stine Hoff Artglass - Économusée

Stine Hoff is an acknowledged glassblower artisan. She is first and foremost preoccupied with the classical methods of blowing glass. Her works are functional, with a simple and modern expression.

Holmefjord

Tønnegården - Économusée

With a new workshop up and running the family offers a unique experience in learning how barrels are made. You are also welcome to taste delicious goods baked in the stone oven.

Os

Oselvarverkstaden - Économusée

The Oselvar workshop invites you to discover the traditional craft of boatbuilding. You can order a new boat that may be adjusted exactly to the use you expect for it, or you may prefer to buy various items for the boat, artist products or literature that has to do with the Oselvar boat.

Tysse

Fjordtønna - Économusée

Fjordtønna is based on old traditions; until early in the 19th century, barrels of all sizes were the main containers for storing foods and other products. Coopering has been known in Norway for centuries. In such a fish-based economy, there were cooperages all along the coast and even in the hinterland they practiced the craft of making small and big barrels. Today there are very few coopers left and Fjordtønna represents an important tradition where they maintain the passion, the knowledge and skills of the craft.
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