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Aasiaat Museum

Aasiaat Museum

Aasiaat Museum is based in the former colonial administrator’s residence. The museum specialises in the cultural history of Aasiaat which is disseminated through a number of permanent exhibitions. The museum also has special art exhibitions
Testing kayaking skills at the museum in Tasiilaq in East Greenland. Photo by Mads Pihl - Visit Greenland

Ammassalik Museum

Ammassalik Museum in Tasiilaq in East Greenland can be found in the town's first church, which lies close to the harbour.

World of Greenland

World of Greenland organizes excursions such as hiking, boat trips and sightseeing flights by helicopter and airplane.
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Uummannaq Seasafaris APS

Uummannaq Seasafaris offers a number of tours in around of the beautiful town of hearts.
A presentation for MS Fram guests at the Uummannaq museum in Greenland

Uummannaq Museum

Uummannaq Museum is a museum that tells fantastic stories from the region.
Woman mask dancing on a sunny day in Aasiaat. Photo by Honest Greenland

Honest Greenland

Honest Greenland is an adventure and culture tour provider based in the town of Aasiaat which is the gateway to the Disko Bay and Northern Greenland.
Guests enjoying the afternoon sun at a Blue Ice hut in Igaliku in South Greenland

Igaliku Country Hotel

Igaliku Country Hotel offers cosy and comfortable accommodation and delicious Greenlandic meals served in the café. The hotel has 8 double rooms.

Ilulissat Art Museum

Ilulissat Art Museum is housed in the former residence of the colony Manager, designed by the famous architect Helge B. Møller and erected in 1923.
Rock with pink details with glacier in background. Photo by Kangerlussuaq Museum

Kangerlussuaq Museum

Kangerlussuaq Museum is an integral part of the Kangerlussuaq Airport, and is situated at the heart of the airport area.
The collection's main room. Photo by Kulusuk Museum

Kulusuk Museum

Kulusuk Museum is a privately owned and run by Justine Boassen, born and raised in Kulusuk.
Old colonial buildings that serves as the local museum today. Photo by Maniitsoq Museum

Maniitsoq Museum

Four old colonial buildings provide the venue for Maniitsoq Museum. These buildings were originally built in the area that is now the center of town.
An evening view of the white church in Nanortalik in South Greenland. Photo by Mads Pihl - Visit Greenland

Nanortalik Tourism Service

Nanortalik Tourism Service has existed since 1999, and thereby has many years of experience of dealing with guests and developing both short trips and trips lasting several days.
Entrance view of Narsaq Museum located in South Greenland in Winter. Photo by Narsaq Museum

Narsaq Museum

Narsaq Museum is situated at the old harbour. Collections and exhibitions are fitted out in some of the town's oldest houses that date back to 1830.
Narsarsuaq in South Greenland at sunset. Photo by Mads Pihl - Visit Greenland

Narsarsuaq Museum

Narsarsuaq Museum was founded in 1991 and tells the story of the period as the American Blue-West One base from 1941.
Nuuk Art Museum covered in snow in Winter. Photo by Nuuk Art Museum

Nuuk Art Museum

Nuuk Art Museum opened in 2005 in the former Adventist Church at Kissarnerqqortuunnguaq in Nuuk.
Qaqortoq Museum in summer, South Greenland. Photo by Mads Pihl - Visit Greenland

Qaqortoq Museum

Qaqortoq Museum is housed in the town's oldest building, a black-tarred colonial administrator's building which was built in 1804.
A dutch whaler and a Greenlandic girl at the living village museum in Qasigiannguit in Greenland. Photo by Mads Pihl - Visit Greenland

Qasigiannguit Tourist Bureau

Qasigiannguit Tourist Bureau is a tourist agency located in Qasigiannguit (formerly known as Christianshåb) in the Disko Bay area, western Greenland.
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Upernavik Museum

In Upernavik's old quarter you'll find the world's northernmost open-air museum.
Handmade figure. Visit Greenland

Tupilak Travel

Tupilak Travel offers cheap travel to Greenland, in particular to the country's capital, Nuuk.
Sisimiut Museum

Sisimiut Museum

Sisimiut Museum is a local cultural historical museum and specialist museum for trade, shipping and industry.
Photo by Brasserie Ulo - Hotel Arctic

Brasserie Ulo - Hotel Arctic

Brasserie Ulo's gourmet kitchen at Hotel Arctic in Ilulissat, is known as one of Greenland's best.
Two kayaks by the beach shore in an area close to Kangerlussuaq. Photo by Restaurant Roklubben

Restaurant Roklubben

Restaurant Roklubben is located on the shores of Lake Ferguson, about 5 kilometres outside of Kangerlussuaq.
View of Hotel Nattoralik, where Restaurant Nanoq is located. Photo by Hotel Nattoralik

Restaurant Nanoq

At the Restaurant Nanoq you can enjoy a delicious meal in relaxing surroundings with a delightful fireplace and spectacular views over the town and archipelago.
Locally made snaps at Restaurant Mamartut in Ilulissat in Greenland. Photo by Mads Pihl - Visit Greenland

Restaurant Mamartut

Restaurant Mamartut offers delicious, home-cooked meals inspired by local ingredients.
Dried fish on rack with Restaurant H8 Explorer in background in the Greenlandic Summer. Photo by Restaurant H8 Explorer

Restaurant H8 Explorer

Restaurant H8 Explorer accommodates guests for whom a cosy authentic Greenlandic experience is worth more than the mod cons most of us take for granted.
Inside view of the restaurant with a view of Ilulissat Icefjord in the background. Photo by Restaurant Hvide Falk

Restaurant Hvide Falk

The restaurant at Hotel Hvide Falk serves specialities such as reindeer, musk ox, salmon, trout, clams, crab claws and smoked whale.
Two men and three Icelandic horses close to Inneruulalik Guest Farm in South Greenland. Photo by Inneruulalik Guest House

Inneruulalik Guest Farm

The farm and its facilities: Inneruulalik is a 10-minute journey by boat from Narsarsuaq International Airport.
Qaanaaq, with view over the sea towards Herbert Island. Photo by Glenn Mattsing - Visit Greenland

Nunataq Atsuk Travel

Nunataq Atsuk Travel offers dog sledding and boat trips all year-round.

Sillisit Hostel

The hostel Sillisit and the cabins are located on a sheep farm with good hiking possibilities. But you can also start by boat from the international airport in Narsarsuaq. The tour lasts 15-30 minutes.
Culture House Katuaq in Nuuk, by Danial Gurrola

Katuaq

Katuaq's rooms are spacious and flexible, making it possible to organize small meetings or major conferences with up to 488 participants.
Café Thorhildur - Qassiarsuk. Photo by Peter Lindstrom

Café Thorhildur

Come by Café Thorhildur in Narsaq and buy some coffee, Greenlandic tea, hot chocolate, and enjoy it with a piece of homemade cake.
Interior of the indoor swimmingpool Malik in Nuuk in Greenland. Photo by Rebecca Gustafsson - Visit Greenland

Malik Swimming Pool

Since 2003, when the pool was built, we have had many visitors enjoy our indoor multi pool, warm water pool and hot tub.

Nunatta Isiginnaartitsisarfia - The National Theatre of Greenland

The National Theatre of Greenland is an independent, public institution established in 2011.
Nuutoqaq - Nuuk Local museum. Photo by Aningaaq Rosing-Carlsen - Visit Greenland

Nuutoqaq - Nuuk Local Museum

Nuutoqaq – Nuuk local museum is located in the beautiful old harbor, also known as the colonial harbor and is housed in the old boat yard.
Two people trekking the Ilulissat icefjord. Photo by Paul Zizka, Visit Greenland

Tuugaaq Travel

Tuugaaq Travel is a local company that makes custom-made plans for your trip to Greenland. 

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A passenger boat in the sunset near the icebergs of Ilulissat ice fjord in Greenland. By Mads Pihl

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Traveler writes in his adventure log from the comfort of his bed at Inuk Hostels in Nuuk overlooking Nuuk Fjord and Sermitsiaq mountain. By Raven Eye Photography

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Young guests at Eqi Glacier Lodge in North Greenland. By Mads Pihl

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Souvenir shopping at the Destination East Greenland office in Tasiilaq. By Mads Pihl

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Food roasting over a fire in East Greenland. Photo by Mads Pihl

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View of Nipisat Island. Photo by Per Arnesen - Visit Greenland

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A coffee break in Oqaatsut while on a dog sledding trip in the Ilulissat area in Greenland. By Mads Pihl

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PGI Greenland kayakers paddling past Oqaatsut in the Disko Bay in Greenland. By Mads Pihl

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A snowmobiler doing a wheelie near SIsimiut in Greenland. Photo by Mads Pihl.

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