Home to Norway's large predators
The park, which opened in 1994, is focused on exhibiting animals in their natural surroundings, allowing visitors to see them in a setting that closely resembles their natural habitat.
Explore and Learn amongst Arctic Wildlife
Visitors to Polar Park are welcome to explore the park at their own pace or join one of the guided tours to learn more about the animals and their behavior. The park also has a restaurant and cafe where visitors can enjoy meals made from local produce, or they can have a picnic in the park.
Meet the diverse range of arctic animals that call the Polar Park home. Bear, Moose, Lynx, Muskox, Red Deer, Reindeer, Wolf, Wolverine & Farm animals
Get Close to Predators
Included in the entrance fee is predator guiding, which takes place on weekends in the winter season and every day in the summer season. This allows visitors to learn more about the large predators and see them up close. The welfare of the animals is a top priority at Polar Park, and they live in large enclosures with the freedom to hide in their natural surroundings. Most of the animals are social and curious, so visitors have a good chance of observing them during their visit.
Animal Keeper - Polar Park
Nature's Perfect Backdrop
Set against a stunning natural backdrop of mountains and forests, Polar Park offers an immersive arctic wildlife experience. The picturesque landscape serves as the perfect setting for visitors to witness the animals in their natural habitat. The snow-capped peaks and lush forests enveloping the park not only provide a beautiful view but also echo the untamed wilderness these creatures call home. It's a harmonious blend of nature and wildlife, ensuring a memorable and authentic encounter with the Arctic's diverse inhabitants.