What happens in October 2021

What happens in October 2021

In October it is autumn in Lofoten. Every evening there is also a Viking Feast for individuals and if you're lucky you might see the northern lights dance over the longhouse. 

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What happens in July 2021

What happens in July 2021

In July, very much is going on at the Viking Museum. Viking games, Viking ship, the Vikings' warm lunch is served in the Chieftain's House, several skilled craftsmen are present and both the indoor and the outdoor cafe are open.

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What happens in September 2021

What happens in September 2021

September is a beautiful month in Lofoten. The northern light season is fast approaching and that autumn is coming. Read about what's on with the Vikings at Borg in Lofoten. 

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What happens in May 2021

What happens in May 2021

Spring is a great time in Lofoten! In May the animals come out on pastures around the museum when weather permits, and the Viking ship comes on the water. It's bright outside and the midnight sun season returns just before the month changes to June.

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What happens in April 2021

What happens in April 2021

In April, spring is fast approaching, the days are much brighter and the dark nights are starting to disappear. Winter with the Vikings in Lofoten is coming to an end, and a warmer time is dawning. 

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What happens in March 2021

What happens in March 2021

March is a great month for seeing the northern lights, the days are quickly brighter and brighter, and the weather changes frequently. There is much to see in the world's largest longhouse from the Viking era. There are also many days of extra activities, not least during the winter holidays. 

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What happens in June 2021

What happens in June 2021

In June the summer season properly starts at the Viking Museum. There is a lot of activity and a lot going on. Viking games, Viking ship, and the outdoor café opens up in the Viking Ship Harbor; artisans are present, and the Vikings' warm lunch is served in the Chieftain's House; and the museum café in the arrival facility opens fully.

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What happens in February 2021

What happens in February 2021

In February 2021, the museum is open Feb 24th and Feb 27th (school holidays). 

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What happens in January 2021

What happens in January 2021

The polar night is on the wane and it is slowly begins to move towards brighter times. Outside you can see the northern lights dance across the sky if the weather is good. Inside you can visit the archaeological exhibition, film and the reconstructed Chieftain's House and the museum gift shop is open. In addition, most nights we have a Viking Feast.  

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Opening hours Christmas/new year

Marion_Hustad_Eck_Lofotr_Vikingmuseum-vinter_og_sno_45 Opening hours christmas holidays

​During the holiday season the museum is open evenings for those of you who wish to take part in a Viking feast. The museum is closed on daytime but exhibiton halls are available on the evenings for the Viking feast. 

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What happens in May 2019

What happens in May 2019

Spring is a great time in Lofoten! In May the animals come out on pastures around the museum when weather permits, and the Viking ship comes on the water. It's bright outside and the midnight sun season returns just before the month changes to June. Opening hours are increasing and in May the museum is open every day between 10:00-17:00.

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What happens in April 2019

What happens in April 2019

​In April, spring is fast approaching, the days are much brighter and the dark nights are starting to disappear. Winter with the Vikings in Lofoten is coming to an end, and a warmer time is dawning. 

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What happens in August 2021

What happens in August 2021

In August, the summer season in Lofoten is waning, but the Vikingmuseum is still active. There will be Viking games, trips with the Viking ship early in August and the outdoor café will be open in the Viking harbor thoughout most of August. The Vikings' warm lunch takes place until mid-month. 

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What happens in March 2019

What happens in March 2019

March is a great month for seeing the northern lights, the days are quickly brighter and brighter, and the weather changes frequently. There is much to see in the world's largest longhouse from the Viking era. There are also many days of extra activities, not least during the winter holidays. Open six days a week, Monday-Saturday 1200-1600!

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What happens in February 2019

What happens in February 2019

In February, the museum is open 6 days a week (Monday-Saturday 1200-1600), - and every night for guests who have registered for the Viking Feast. It's the Children's Viking Saturday or Viking gatherings on the weekends, and on weekdays you can get acquainted with our skilled guides and craftsmen in the Chieftain's House.

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What happens in January 2019

What happens in January 2019

In January, the Viking museum is open two days a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 1200-1600. The polar night is on the wane and it is slowly begins to move towards brighter times. Outside you can see the northern lights dance across the sky if the weather is good. Inside you can visit the archaeological exhibition, film and the reconstructed Chieftain's House and the museum gift shop is open. In addition, we have a Viking Feast every night - almost. 

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