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Norrbottens Museum

2 Storgatan | Postadress Box 266, Lulea 972 38, Sweden
+46 920 24 35 00
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One exhibition

A small exhibition about the Sami people, in the form of a story with quotes, pictures and some... read more

Reviewed 15 June 2017
Lidingo, Sweden
This is a Museum????

Calling this a Museum is an extreme exaggeration. there is a lmost nothing there and the... read more

Reviewed 29 June 2016
Einat R
Tel Aviv, Israel
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14 Jun 2017
“One exhibition”
29 Jun 2016
“This is a Museum????”
2 Storgatan | Postadress Box 266, Lulea 972 38, Sweden
+46 920 24 35 00
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Reviewed 15 June 2017

A small exhibition about the Sami people, in the form of a story with quotes, pictures and some artifacts. Nice, but will not do justice to such an important cause. And that's basically it. Another small exhibition about an event of hunger in the region....More

Thank JonDoe04134
Reviewed 29 June 2016

Calling this a Museum is an extreme exaggeration. there is a lmost nothing there and the exhibition of the past is formed by things that while resemble how they use to do it, are completely new

Thank Einat R
Reviewed 11 August 2015

Very nice and interesting museum, good exhibitions and easy to access from the town centre on walking distance

Thank Wallyontravel
Reviewed 9 August 2015

We only had a brief look I think it would be worth spending more time there! IT looked like you could take and hour or so to wonder around. No decent souvenirs here.

Thank Serendipitylife
Reviewed 18 May 2015

Simple and small museum, but worth to see if you are in town, since it's free! Some temporary exhibitions and a permanent room depicting the life in Norrbotten in the past!

Thank Ana L
Reviewed 28 September 2014

When we were there there was no real Sami exhibit. There was one small contemporary Sami art exhibit which was average. The cafe looked nice. Upstairs exhibits were nothing tow rite home about.

1  Thank Purobi
Reviewed 22 July 2014

Didn't see much when I went here. Good thing it's free admission otherwise it's not worth it. I actually took more pictures of the building from the outside that of the exhibits.

Thank kapangyarihang_itim
Reviewed 30 August 2013

The museum has quite restrictive opening hours and is quite small but you can find some nice things in here. When I came, there was an exhibit on the swedish-russian war of 1812 and its repercussion for the region. There was also some stuff on...More

3  Thank Lionel P
Reviewed 14 July 2012

It is true that there is not extremely much to see about history itself, but it is pretty interesting place and the entrence is for free! You have three plans, one shows beautiful photos from Kiruna, second is a little bit about history of Norrbotten...More

2  Thank kasilka4
Reviewed 12 April 2012

The Museum is supposed to cover the history of Northern Sweden. However inside the impressive building in the town-park you will only find 3 rooms of exhibitions. There is no general overview of the regions history. The indigeneous people of the North - the Same...More

2  Thank TheDane2
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