The silo for storing salt was built in 1938. The large and architecturally exceptional building was used until the early 1980s, followed by two decades of neglect and decay. After the turn of the millennia, restoration work slowly began with the aim of turning the silo into a one-of-a-kind culture centre, capable of hosting international events and concerts.
A café is situated on the second floor, allowing visitors to enjoy views of the fjord and the impressive architecture inside.
The building doesn’t have regular opening hours.
Learn f.ex how the Faroe islands came to be, 65 million years ago.
Free concert w/ Svein í Prestgarði & band
Yggdrasil will be bringing 3 wind musicians and a pianist to perform pieces from the 40 year period
KÓJAK is a traditional brass quintet whose members all live in the Faroe Islands.
Pop/folktronica, with vocals and the accoustic guitar are the focal point.
Clarinettist Jože Kotar and pianist Luca Ferrini are playing at SALT
Live paint between painters and musicians has many esthetic qualities both for eyes and ears.