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Reykjavík Maritime Museum - How the ocean formed a nation A harbour museum exploring Iceland's dramatic relationship with the sea. The survival of a nation depended on generations of brave fishermen heading into the unknown. Over the centuries...more
All reviews cod wars fishing industry coast guard fishing history cod fishing ship tour great britain old harbour interesting exhibits early days worth a visit couple of hours on display entrance fee rainy day two hours coastguard
This museum is situated in an old fish factory in the old harbour of Reykjavik and charts Iceland's maritime history from the early settlers through to Cod Wars of the 1970's. Also at certain times of the day guided tours are given of the the...More
The museum was good for a short visit. There were some interesting relics from shipwrecks found off Icelandic coast. There is also a fairly detailed exhibit about the history of Icelandic fishing and the dangers surrounding this. We used the city card for free entry...More
Describes many aspects of the Icelandic fishery, past and present. Lots of signage in English. Also lots of 1st person interviews, also translated into English. I wish they had devoted a bit more space to the "cod wars" with England which followed successive increases in...More
Really brings home the life of the Icelandic mariner with some really interesting exhibits. Bonus - if you sign up for their newsletter you can get 15% off entry (as Iceland is an expensive country, every penny saved!)
Children up to the age of 18 go free which is a bonus!
Ensure you book onto a tour of the ship for the additional 1,000 ISK as very interesting - we had a private tour for our family as nobody else was around and...More
This was included in our City Card, and it was a nicely done exhibit space with some interactive activities that my daughter enjoyed, including trying to virtually drive a real forklift. Describes the health of the oceans and management of fisheries, as well as the...More