The town of Honningsvag is naturally en-route to Nordkapp: at the foot of the modern road to the Cape.
The museum must be set in its historic context.
People to do not realise the wartime significance of this area. The town was wiped out by the 'scorched earth' policy. Returning citizens settles in the Church - just about all that was left - and rebuilt over the years.
One must remember the Atlantic convoys - so well documented in the Nordapp centre.
As a municipal and maritime authority - the area is extremely important.
Whilst the town and the shop and museum are a major cruise-ship venue for the North Cape, this has to be expected.
Spend time in the museum and respect what it recalls. Don't forget that Honningsvag was powered for a while by the generator from the Tirpitz!
Be advised, if travelling by road, that parking is difficult and we were unable to work the parking machines.
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