At the Lofotr Viking Museum the largest Viking building ever found has been recreated. The original Chieftain’s house was established in about 500 AD and was inhabited until around 900 AD. This rebuilt version exhibits an array of finds from this era.
Take part in a journey, going more than 1 000 years back in time
The Chieftain and the Lady of the house invite you to join them for a real Viking feast in the banquet hall. And a Viking feast is not complete without mead. During winter, the Vikings made a sacrifice to ensure the return of the sun and the light. Experience the magic and excitement as they sacrifice to the Gods, praying that the sun will return to avoid Ragnarok, the end of the world. Outside, the northern lights might be flickering over the sky. The Viking Chieftain's house offers a perfect outdoor arena for watching the wonder of the northern lights.
A historical journey under the midnight sun
The stories you’ll hear give you a closer connection to the Vikings of Borg. The bright evenings offers a majestic view from the hills of Borg, giving you a glimpse into history as you gaze over the same landscape as the mighty, powerful Viking Chieftain did more than 1000 years ago.
Dates: 1 Jan - 3 Apr, 4 Nov - 31 Dec 2016 (exception of 24-26 Dec and 31 Dec 2016), 4 Nov - 3 Apr 2017