Hjerolfsnæs

Hjerolfsnæs (Hjerolfs Nose) was named after Herjolf Bårdson – not because he had a big nose, but because he built his farm right out on the peninsula south of Brattahlid. What a great location!

Hjerolfsnæs

Hjerolfsnæs (Hjerolfs Nose) was named after Herjolf Bårdson – not because he had a big nose, but because he built his farm right out on the peninsula south of Brattahlid. What a great location!

Hvalsey – 360°

Meet the best-preserved Norse ruins in the Eastern Settlement. The many churches show how successful Leif the Lucky (son of Erik the Red) was in converting the norse settlers to the Christian faith.

Fertile Garda – 360°

One of UNESCO’s world Heritage sites, Garda has seen centuries of farming, hunting and trading. Scan the lush subarctic landscape, take in the farms – and look out for shaggy sheep!

Booming Brattahlid – 360°

Brattahlid was home to infamous Norse Viking, Erik the Red. Discoverer of Greenland, this hot-headed explorer built a huge farming estate, which you can explore by the Tulluniarfik Fjord. Put yourself in the picture! with the AR filter.

Greenland On the Rocks Campaign

Welcome to Norse Theme Parks ‘Greenland on the Rocks’ campaign. This campaign introduces NTP’s ‘Lost Norsemen Exhibition’ – a 360° virtual safari opening in Nuuk in November, in partnership with Trida Media. All to support Greenland’s vital tourism industry in the shadow of COVID-19.