1 Fygle Museum– the 1900-century life in Lofoten
The museum consists of the old School (1898), the shed (1950), Rorbu (Fisherman cabin) (1834) - probably one of the oldest rorbuer on the Lofoten island. The old school has a relatively complete interior from a class room, along with displays in the other rooms. Themes are to shoemaking, textiles, archeological finds from stone age, iron age and medieval ages, and a dentist´s office. Objects from the fiskerbonden - “the fisherman farmer” - have been given ample space in the displays. Pleasant outdoor surrounding. Guided tours/introduction.
Suppliers: Museum Nord
Maximum number of Pax: At one occasion: 90 pax
Distance from transfer end to attraction/activity: Leknes:5 km / 5 min. Svolvær:70 km / 65 min.
Contact person: www.museumnord.no/en/fygle-museum/