Røst's tourist office is a short walk from the ferry dock. It's staffed by volunteers – don't expect to find it open at the designated times, although it does generally open for ferry arrivals and departures.
Moskenesøy's tourist office is at Moskenes harbour. It publishes the free, informative Moskenes Guide, has an internet terminal, wi-fi and makes reservations for a variety of tours and activities.
This excellent visitor centre covers Nordland's national parks with high-level overviews of the various parks as well as more zeroed-in advice on how best to visit. It also sells maps.
Vega's tourist office is in Gladstad, the island's largest hamlet. Can also arrange bicycle hire as well enthusiastically dispensed information on what the island has to offer.
Seasonal tourist office with good information on the national park. It's in the hamlet of Holand, 14km east of the ferry dock at Forøy and 25km southwest of Glomfjord.
In the town centre, the tourist office holds Narvik og Omegns Turistforening cabin keys (150kr deposit), has free wi-fi and rents bikes (250kr per day).
Vestvågøy's tourist office is tucked into the ground floor of Lofotsenteret, a large shopping centre in the lacklustre town of Leknes.
The largest tourist office in the Islands provides a wealth of information on the entire archipelago and books accommodation.
In the same complex as the tourist office. Offers free Internet access.
This seasonal office shares its premises with the Salten Museum in the heart of town.