Museum of Norrbotten

Luleå, Sweden

Norrbotten County Museum exhibits the history of Norrbotten and Samish culture.


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Storgatan 2, Luleå, Sweden
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Founded: 1936
Category: Museums in Sweden
Historical period: Modern and Nonaligned State (Sweden)

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Jiří Petr (36 days ago)
Please add more information in english.
tharas (3 months ago)
You could spend some 30 minutes looking around. Would be good if you know Swedish, else it's just look around some antiques and pictures.
Aris Louvris (4 months ago)
A very nice museum to visit, esp. with kids! The older "kids" will get more excited at the 3rd floor with the flippers from 70's, some of them pretty functional!
Алексей Прокопов (12 months ago)
It's amazing
Алексей Прокопов (12 months ago)
It's amazing
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