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We hadn’t done much in the art department while in lofoten so we made sure to hit this gem.
The setting is spectacular and the glass blowing artists were attentive and keen to show off their craft, even though we arrived at closing !!
I was very excited to visit the Glasblower at Vikten during our trip to Lofoten. I tried visiting this place 3 different times in the week we were in Lofoten and every time we went, they were closed. There were no hours of operation listed...More
Glasshytta, Daglig leder at The Glasblower at Vikten, responded to this reviewResponded December 18, 2017
Thank's for your feedback. I just apologize for this. That week I was on holiday abroad and had closed. We should of course inform about this on our website and facebook. Thanks again for writing about your experience, it was important so I can do...More
Would definitely recommend a drive here if you're in the Lofoten Islands. The demonstration was really interesting and the glass is beautiful. The building itself is interesting as well. Fascinating to see how they create their art. Highly recommend visiting here.
This is worth a side trip if you are in the Lofoten Islands. The Glasshytta building is a work of art in itself- a three level modern building with a sod roof. It is located right on the rocky shore of the North Atlantic. We...More
The building itself is spectacular, so is the location and the cafe just across the road belonging to the same establishment. The two buildings look as if they have been built by driftwood from the lovely, nearby beach. As you move closer, you see that...More
Comments: Vikten is slightly off E10, but once there, this is the venue for a unique combination of nature, crafts and art.
Price: 0 for entry, 3-4...More
A lot of fun watching the artists create their magic in glass. Very reasonable prices for their original art. It was difficult to choose the perfect piece to take home but that was half the fun. One of the best deals in expensive Norway.