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A Little Gem

What a treat to have the culture of Kulusuk shared with us by someone who cares deeply about the... read more

Reviewed 10 June 2018
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Learn about East Greenland life

This is a must-see if you are traveling through Kulusuk. It's the private collection of a local... read more

Reviewed 25 September 2017
heatherfaye
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Brooklyn, New York
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Reviewed 10 June 2018

What a treat to have the culture of Kulusuk shared with us by someone who cares deeply about the Inuit traditions. Thank you, Mr. Wille.

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Reviewed 25 September 2017

This is a must-see if you are traveling through Kulusuk. It's the private collection of a local family, and it's very extensive and informative. You learn about the East Greenland way of life. Also, you can purchase locally made handicrafts.

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Reviewed 29 August 2017

The biggest take away from visiting this museum is that living in such a harsh and remote environment, you make use of all things in your environment in an effort to avoid waste. I enjoyed meeting the two highly educated professionals that run the museum...More

Thank flstorms
Reviewed 14 August 2017

I visited this museum on a day tour arranged from Reykjavik through Icelandair Connect (the "commuter" airline sub of IcelandAir. They have a wide variety of items and the owners were ready with explanations and answers to our questions. Two interesting: the fur anorak was...More

Thank AThena53
Reviewed 10 June 2017

This museum is run by the head teacher of the school, who has American parents. The museum is tiny but fits the size of the town. There are many examples of the clothes and other items they make using the resources around them. There are...More

Thank Carla G
Reviewed 29 September 2016

This small museum is run by a man and his wife so the challenge is th get the museum open. There are few visitors so you may need the help of the hotel to get it open. The museum is a fascinating look at Inuit...More

Thank Paulplatts
Reviewed 4 August 2016

Wonderful presentation of local history. Great collection for such a small museum. Very knowledgeable director with many of her own family heirlooms incorporated into the displays. Loved this stop on a beautiful hike in Greenland.

Thank stilloutthere
Reviewed 22 July 2016

Perched on a rocky outcrop overlooking the town is the little wooden museum containing lots of Greenlandic artefacts and hunting equipment. We were given a quick guided tour round the exhibits by the family who own it which made it much more meaningful.

Thank lonewolf44
Reviewed 28 June 2016 via mobile

This museum has beautiful handwork, sealskin clothes and amazingly a mockup of a space where 15 people lived through the winter.it was small! There were beaded boots, jewelry, items of reindeer bone, a sled, seal skin being worked and even items for sale. One family...More

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Reviewed 24 June 2016

I was there few days ago. This is one of the smallest but nicest museum I have visited. You will also meet lovely local people there, and they can tell you about the life in Kulusuk.

Thank Kári J
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