This wasn't a museum about fisheries or history. There was an Australian girl at the reception informing me the museum was free. It seems that the main part of the museum was closed. We could just visit an exhibition of local artists... The main part reminded me of this ancient Egyptian papyrus I used to get in my box of... 更多
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There's no other museum like this in the world. This is a unique location in the world. You must go to Honnigsvag at least once in your life, see the Cape North and this museum as well. No excuses
After reading reviews I wanted to visit the museum on my coastal voyage. However it is closed for improvements. Just anted to advise others. However I was able to visit a great little tourist shop with an upstairs Christmas shop.
As we parked to the "visitor parking place" and planned to visit the museum, an angry woman ran from inside and chased us away ("you cannot park here!"). We did not try to visit the museum or the docks again.
Although this is not a large museum, it is packed with very information displays -- history, people of area, fish in area and of course, Bambse the Norwegian St. Bernard Navy WW2 mascot.
Decided to look in this museum while wandering around Honningsvag on a visit with a cruise. Very friendly and helpful staff. Much of the history on display relates to to the town's experience during the German occupation in WW2 which was very interesting though I had expected more about native Sami people and earlier history. The main focus was the... 更多
Outside the North Cape symbol, you must pass through a tunnel under the sea - therefore on an island (and it is definitively not the continental point further north) - and pay a handsome sum to sit at the end of the world facing the ocean in the company of a rowdy crowd came from the whole world ... It... 更多
Museum is located on northernmost point in Norway. It is extremely well presented and definitely worth the visit. You have to take bus from town or private transport to visit. Weather is big factor here. Can be very foggy/overcast. If this is the case cannot see much of landscape but can visit the museum.