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Discover Norway's Arctic: A Trip Introduction by Borton Overseas

  • Norway House 913 East Franklin Avenue Minneapolis, MN, 55404 United States (map)

A free Informational Event at Norway House on Thursday, February 22, 6:30-7:30pm
Hosted by Borton Overseas.

Join us on February 22 when Twin Cities Meteorologist Sven Sundgaard will share his insight into Norway’s Arctic, and details his upcoming trip to Svalbard, Norway as host of a Borton Overseas’ Signature Journey, August 11-18, 2018! 

Arctic Landscapes: Svalbard, Norway with Twin Cities Meteorologist Sven Sundgaard! 

Borton Overseas is proud to introduce the ultimate Arctic adventure! Svalbard, Norway, is a remote Arctic archipelago found along the 80th parallel, halfway between Norway and the North Pole. It is home to the Svalbard Global Seed Vault, and is an important research center for scientists from all over the world. This exclusive small group tour features stunning landscapes, fascinating history, an expedition-style cruise, unique wildlife (such as polar bears), and a special focus on climate change. 

At this event, Borton Overseas will go through the details of the trip, and there will be opportunities to ask questions and meet the tour hosts, Sven Sundgaard and Borton Overseas’ Scandinavia Supervisor, Nicole Anderson. Just for attending, guests will receive an exclusive coupon which will double Borton Overseas' Early Booking Discount and save $500 per person on this once-in-a-lifetime experience! Members of Norway House recieve an additional 5% off. 

Doors will open 30 minutes prior to the event. Borton encourages you to come a little early to enjoy the current Norway House exhibit, Norway and the United States: Partners in the Polar Region, highlighting the collaboration and joint exploration of the Arctic between Norway and the United States. 

A RSVP is not required but is encouraged. You can RSVP here:

If you have questions about this event, feel free to contact Borton Overseas at or 612-822-4640. 

We hope to see you there! 

(Photo by Linda Drake)