We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The Icelandic Museum of Rock 'n' Roll is a about the history of rock and pop music in Iceland. The story of rock and pop music in Iceland is covered from 1930 to date with the help of iPads, photographs, screens, projectors etc. Guests get handed an...more
All reviews icelandic music bass rock and roll sigur ros music videos drum kit karaoke booth mixing desk pop music couple of hours ipad tour interactive bits souvenir shop expected more blue lagoon close to the airport few hours
I was impressed by the size and neatness. I was not surprised at the artist. Most known Björk . Every body else was “never heard of”. They are proud of what they got. A. Really nice guitar collection . It is a ten min tour....More
I walked to the museum from keflavik hotel. I have gained much more knowledge about Iceland's music industry. The only person I recognized was Bjork. Lots of videos to watch and music to listen to. It's not very expensive either.
One of the best museums I have ever been to. If you like sigur ros, of monsters and men or Bjork or have any interest in Icelandic music at all you will love this place. Everything is interactive and the displays are so clever. The...More
As someone who loves Icelandic music I’m a bit biased. We spent a good while here. Loads of interesting info, and I came away with ideas for loads of new stuff to listen to on Spotify. The interactive bits were great, especially the mixing desk....More
I really didn’t know much about Icelandic rock besides Björk but I’m stranded in Keflavik and this was the only attraction within a walking distance. It may be a bit pricey but it’s a really fun museum, I spent well over two hours there, there’s...More
We stopped by the Museum to kill some time on our way back to the airport. It is conveniently located less then 10 minutes from rental car return! If you are a music geek you might be enthralled by the history of Icelandic rock. While...More
Lady on desk was very rude to us and didn’t make us feel like coming in. Very small museum some of the items were very good like the turntable white screen and being able to play the bass and electric gautar drum kit didn’t work....More
A bit pricey entry (2000 kr) for this small museum. Built up and organised nicely in time order, good explainations and collection.
Top floor is mainly pop music, the ground floor is related to rock an roll. Visited within 40 mins. There is a small...More
I visited with my teenage daughter and 12 year old son. They both enjoyed it. It is small but well organized. They liked the hands on karaoke booth. I thought the movie was very well done. I expected more about Bjork bc Im a big...More