Experience the history of the Lofoten Fishery at one of the best preserved squires in Lofoten.
The impressive manor house was completed in 1815, when Caspar Lorch was the owner of the fishing village. Here he traded and exported fish, as well as renting out cabins to many of those who came to join the Lofoten fisheries in the harsh winter season. Discover the contrast between life in the manor house and the authentic «rorbu»-cabins and see the traditional wooden boats that were used.
Opening hours 2021:
February 1–February 28: Monday–Friday 11–15
March 1–April 30: Sunday–Friday* 11–15
May 1–May 31: Every day* 11–15
June 1–August 15: Every day 10–18
August 16–August 31: Every day 11–15
September 1–September 30: Sunday–Friday 11–15
October 1–December 17: Monday–Friday 11–15
*Closed April 1–3 and May 17
Also open by appointment.
Adult 100 NOK
Senior/student 80 NOK
Child (age 5–15) 50 NOK
Group p.p. 80 NOK (min. 20 ppl)
SKREI ticket (Combination ticket incl. Lofoten Museum, Lofoten Aquarium and the Espolin Gallery:
Adult 250 NOK
Child (age 3–15) 120 NOK