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Bodo Open-Air Museum

Bodøsjøen Friluftsmuseum—in English, the Bodø Open-Air Museum—may be hard to say, but it’s easy to reach, as it's just a 10-minute drive from Bodø’s town center. This four-hectare (10-acre) open-air historic village includes a dozen wooden homes collected from the region, as well as farmhouses and boathouses down by the water, making it a popular picnic spot. Nearby, the small Bodin Church has foundations that date to the 13th century, and an old farming estate now serves as a cultural center with a homey café.

Bodøsjøen Friluftsmuseum is an open-air museum in Bodøsjøen (Nordland) in northern Norway. The museum has 14 buildings from Salten . A large part of the Nordland Museum's boat collection, including the last authentic Nordland sloop "Anna Carolina", is in the boat house in Bodøsjøen and should be integrated into its own museum for transport by 2018/19.

The museum site is always open and serves as a recreation area for the public and visitors to Boudeaux. However, the interior of the houses can only be visited after registration.

Bodo Open-Air Museum