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When and Where to See the Midnight Sun
The midnight sun is visible above the Arctic Circle between 11 June and 1 July every year.
The period increases the further north you go, and if you would go all the way to the North Pole you will find that the sun only ever rises and sets once every year – at each solstice.
At the poles there are 6 months of daylight in the summer, and 6 months of night in the winter.
Read more about what the midnight sun is.
Northern Norway Midnight Sun Dates
Below is an estimate of when and where you can experience the magical midnight sun in Norway.
Days before and after the dates shown will also be light, although in most cases you cannot see the actual sun.
Northern Lights in Norway
During the midnight sun period it is impossible to see the northern lights, simply because it is too bright.
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