Lofotr Viking Museum is a museum located on the island of Vestvågøy in the Lofoten archipelago of Norway. The museum is dedicated to showcasing the Viking Age, which lasted from the 8th to the 11th century. The centerpiece of the museum is the reconstruction of a Viking chieftain’s longhouse, which is one of the largest of its kind ever discovered.
Visitors to the museum can explore the longhouse and see how the Vikings lived, including their cooking methods, clothing, and tools. The museum also offers various exhibitions on Viking history, including displays of Viking artifacts, tools, and weapons. There are also outdoor exhibits, such as a reconstructed Viking ship and a traditional boathouse.
The museum also hosts a range of events throughout the year, such as Viking festivals and markets, where visitors can experience Viking culture firsthand. Additionally, the museum offers a variety of educational programs for school groups and other organizations, including workshops on Viking crafts, cooking, and games.