Museum of Norrbotten

Luleå, Sweden

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

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Address

Storgatan 2, Luleå, Sweden
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Details

Founded: 1936
Category: Museums in Sweden
Historical period: Modern and Nonaligned State (Sweden)

More Information

www.swedishlapland.com

Rating

4/5 (based on Google user reviews)

User Reviews

nicola Strandberg (9 months ago)
Brilliant for younger kids, a fun day out.
Sam (10 months ago)
Family friendly, lovely museum, free to enter and definitely worth a visit.
Dagni García (14 months ago)
The expositions in each floor are very disconnected. The first floor was about cows, the 2nd about the prehistory focused in the Norrbotten area but it was too technical to follow and 3rd one about art. Limited English material, mainly Swedish and Finnish.
maradeeliz (2 years ago)
Engaging for both children and adults! Interesting exhibits with focus on Norrbottens history, culture and art. Elegant and inexpensive cafe, child-friendly. Free admission.
Berta (2 years ago)
Very nice museum in a quite square. Inside you can learn a bit more about cultural and historic facts and also about flora and fauna of Sweden. I recomend to have a quick visit.
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