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.
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!
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.
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.