Norrbottens museum is a county museum that focuses on the Northbothnian cultural heritage, both historical and contemporary.
Collections and exhibitions are based on current issues, historical stories, culture and society and are aimed at all ages. Norrbottens museum's activities also extend to other places in the northern part of the country where the meeting with nature and cultural history takes place outside of the classic context of the museum. The multicultural history of Norrbotten is reflected in the museum’s rich collections and archives that consist of thousands of objects. The archive is available to the public and contains publications, photographs and documents about the county's natural and cultural history, then and now. The museum also houses a café and a museum shop where Northbothnian craftsmanship and literature are available for purchase.
The Luleå Biennial will host exhibitions on the third and fourth floors of the museum.
Parking spaces are located behind the museum at Köpmangatan.
Parking for disabled people is at the entrance, via the museum park.
Wheelchair chair and lift available.
Norrbotten Museum is located in central Luleå and is easily reached by foot, the nearest bus stop is Luleå Hermelinparken. Please visit Luleå Lokaltrafik's website for timetables and other information: www.llt.lulea.se.