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Saltstraumen Museum

Postboks 69, Bodo 8001, Norway
+47 900 60 983
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Local brochures talk of boats trips etc and give phone numbers to contact, but fail to tell you... read more

Reviewed 21 February 2014
David C
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Thornton Cleveleys, United Kingdom
Surprisingly diverting little museum

This small museum, housed in the old school house near the church, is funded and run by the local... read more

Reviewed 25 July 2013
lonewolf44
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London, United Kingdom
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Here you can see and hear about: • One of Norway’s oldest human settlements (approx. 11,000 years old) • Norway’s oldest musical instrument (the hummer of Tuv) • Saltstraumen chieftain Raud’s Viking ship, that was the model for the famous longship “Ormen Lange” • The unique type of local boat known as the “straumbaten” The museum is situated east of Saltstraumen church. We offer guided history tours for groups all year round when booked in advance.
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21 Feb 2014
“Closed”
24 Jul 2013
“Surprisingly diverting little museum”
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Postboks 69, Bodo 8001, Norway
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+47 900 60 983
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Reviewed 21 February 2014

Local brochures talk of boats trips etc and give phone numbers to contact, but fail to tell you that it is closed all winter.

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Reviewed 25 July 2013

This small museum, housed in the old school house near the church, is funded and run by the local community so its opening hours are restricted to between 4 and 6pm on some days. The pride of the place is the brummeren - an arrow...More

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