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Visit the Norwegian Aviation Museum, travel back in time at the old trading post at Kjerringøy, go fishing or diving in Saltstraumen, or enjoy the urban life of Bodø city centre.
Kjerringøy Handelssted is idyllically situated in beautiful Kjerringøy and is well-known for, amongst other…
You can experience the world’s strongest maelstrom just 33 km from Bodø. Visit when the tide is at its highest…
The concert halls world-class acoustics ensure optimal conditions for classical masterpieces, pop/rock shows,…
Just outside the city of Bodø you will find the largest number of caves in Norway.
Mountainous Bodø municipality offers wonderful wilderness opportunities. There are 120 peaks above 700 m in…
Only 11 km (10 min driving) from Bodøs centrum, you find Bodø Golf Park at Myklebostad. The court has an…
The Nordland Museum is housed in one of the oldest buildings in Bodø city centre (built in 1903).
Diving in Saltstraumen is probably one of the most impressive and spectacular things a diver can do.
There are no clear boundaries between one day and the next in the far north during summer. These are the best places to see the midnight sun in Norway.
Bodø is know as a vital cultural city. Here, the city’s most acclaimed young band shares their local tips on what you should see and do while visiting Bodø.
For visitors who want a 3-day bike tour, we recommend this trip which begins with a nice boat trip from Bodø to the archipelago in Gildeskål. Underway, you will experience magnificent nature with lofty mountains and long sandy beaches.
The bike tour goes to Saltstraumen and continues to Gildeskål with lofty mountains and long sandy beaches while ending up at Norway’s second largest glacier, Svartisen.
There is no need to wait until you're here to find out what you'd like to do.
Find more inspiration on Bodø’s official website.