In the loft, directly above the Doll’s Museum, you will find what might be Lofoten’s most exciting shop. Here, you will find a multitude of old-fashioned objects, many of which originate from four of the Lofoten boroughs; furniture, table-linen crockery and cutlery, and tools. This is the place for thoseContinue Reading

The first of it’s kind in Norway, the museum opened its doors in 1992. Since then, the Toy Museum in the Lofoten Islands has become a concept in it’s own right, founded as it was on the true joy of collecting and on personal initiative. Many of the adults thatContinue Reading