Blood Road Museum
The Blood Road Museum is situated in the grounds of Saltdal Museum. The story of the lives and work of prisoners of war under the German regime from 1942-1945 is presented in a German barrack moved here from Dunderlandsdalen. Thousands of prisoners of war from Eastern Europe were sent north to build roads and railways. They suffered inhuman conditions. Many never returned. This is a different tour experience in surroundings where the silence is tangible. Words are inadequate but impressions are many and deep. This is an important journey in a time which must never be forgotten.
Summer season 2023
June 20th - august 20th
Tuesday - Sunday 11am - 4pm
Out of season you may book a guided tour in the Blood Road Museum by filling out the form on this page.
Ticket prices 2023
Adult Nkr.90,-, Groups (min 10 pers) Nkr.70,-, Student Nkr.40,-, Child: free.
Contact: (+47) 75 50 35 00, email@example.com
The Blood Road
Several films have been made about the Blood Road. In the summer season the film “Blodsvägen” is shown in the building nearest the main farmhouse.
Go along the Blood Road to the war graves cemeteries in Botn. On the way you will see the cross of blood in the side of the mountain and the memorial at Dalmovika. In Botn there are two war graves cemeteries, one Yugoslavian and one German. There is also a Soviet monument, which marks where there was an earlier Soviet graveyard.
There is partial wheelchair access to the Blood Road Museum.
2 km north of Rognan.
There are several roads leading to the Blood Road Museum:
RV80 from Bodø to Fauske and then the E6 to Rognan.
RV17 to the junction with RV812 and then to the E6 and Rognan.
RV77 over Graddis and Junkerdal to the crossroads at Storjord and then via the E6 to Rognan.
N 67° 6.095′, E 15° 25.645′
WGS 84 – desimal:
Accomodation / other activities:
For travel information: http://www.177nordland.no/