The Arbaer Museum is not really a "museum" at all, but rather an open air village of old buldings, commercial, residential, etc. gathered together at this site and rehabbed. The village also includes a small farmstead complete with a sod house in its original location.
The young guides had decent English and were both friendly and knowledgable.
If you are at all interested in Icelandic history or culture, a visit to this place is a must! That said, it's a bit too far to walk from the downtown Reykjavik tourist area. Cabs are readily available, but pricey.
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