Sámi National Museum
Exhibits at the Sami National Museum, also called the Sami Collection, include displays of colourful, traditional Sami clothing, tools...
Run out of Engholm Husky Design Lodge by Sven Engholm's daughter Liv, this fine outfit offers a year-round range of activities, from...
Ássebákti Cultural & Nature Trail
On the Rv92, 12km south of Karasjok heading for Kautokeino, this 3.5km trail is well worth undertaking for a taste of the forest even...
It's very much reindeer or reindeer plus a couple of fish options at this summer-only rustic complex of four large interconnected Sami...
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Sápmi Park information
Sami culture is big business here, and this impressive theme park includes a wistful, high-tech multimedia introduction to the Sami in the 'Magic Theatre', plus Sami winter and summer camps and other dwellings to explore in the grounds. There's also, of course, a gift shop and cafe – and Boble Glasshytte , Finnmark's only glass-blowing workshop and gallery.
The overall effect is actually very good as presents the Sami as the normal fellow human beings they are, rather than as exotic anachronisms. If you want more substance, the smaller Sami museums in Karasjok and Kautokeino are less flash and more academic.