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Wangbrygga

Wangbrygga

  • Wangbrygga
    Kystriksveien
  • Wangbrygga
    Kystriksveien
  • Wangbrygga
    Kystriksveien
  • Wangbrygga
    Kystriksveien
  • Wangbrygga
    Kystriksveien
  • Wangbrygga
    Kystriksveien
  • Wangbrygga
    Wangbrygga
  • Wangbrygga
  • Wangbrygga
  • Wangbrygga
  • Wangbrygga
  • Wangbrygga
  • Wangbrygga
  • Wangbrygga

Wangbrygga was built around 1870 and was completely renovated in 1993. Today the wharft is part of the Helgeland Museum and a gem in the local community of Bardal. Over the years, the wharft has been a place for boatbuilding and a traditional shop. 

The museum's main attraction is the old shop and the Gallery with the artist Henry Bardal (1919-2000). Henry Bardal was a graphic artist and painter and was accepted at the annual Autumn Exhibition in Oslo,  every year between 1958 and 1985.

Here you will find a pleasant café with local dishes. Take a look at the Facebook page for information about Sunday buffet, event, etc. If you fancy traditional local food this is a place to visit. 

You will find Wangbrygga 17 km from road 17 (from Levang ferry terminal).

Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday (1.6-31.8).