<p>Polar Park is the world's northernmost animal park, and home to Norway's large predators such as bears, wolves, and lynx as well as deer, moose, reindeer and muskox. Opened in 1994, the park is based on exhibiting animals in their natural surroundings.</p>
Animal welfare is our greatest concern, and with this in mind our animals live in large enclosures with the liberty to hide in their natural surroundings. Most of them are however very social and curious, so the chance of observing them during your visit is high. If you are prepared to spend some time in the park it is more likely that you will get to see them all.
The landscape around the park is breath-taking, and provides the perfect backdrop for your arctic wildlife experience. You are welcome to walk around at your own pace or join one of our guided tours to learn more about our animals. We also have a restaurant and cafe where you can enjoy a meal created from local produce, or you can have a picnic in the park and enjoy the fresh air if the weather permits.
Predator guiding is included in your entrance fee and takes place on weekends in the winter season and every day in the summer season.
The Arctic Route bus will depart from Scandic and Quality Hotel Grand Royal in Narvik at 9AM.
At 15:10 it will return from Polar Park, and you will be back in Narvik at approximately 16:25
Opening hours for Polar Park:
All days 10:00-15:00
Predator guiding at 13:00 Saturdays and Sundays
Included in the price
Travel with The Arctic Route
Entrance to Polar Park
Returning ticket to Narvik with The Arctic Route