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Icelandic Phallological Museum

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Laugavegur 116, Reykjavik 105, Iceland
+354 561 6663
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Hundreds of penises and loads of info.

A great place to spend an hour looking at something you won't see anywhere else. Very informative... read more

Reviewed November 28, 2017
Doddi D
via mobile
Small size, but they do a lot with it

Unique museum. It appears it started out as one man's personal collection of whale penises and it... read more

Reviewed November 27, 2017
Washington DC, District of Columbia
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The museum is in a 250 square meters location on the ground floor on the upper part of the main shopping street in Reykjavik. Good accessability for wheelchairs. Bathroom facilities. A small giftstore with souvenirs related to the museums chosen theme. Online store at website.
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  • Average32%
  • Poor8%
  • Terrible3%
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Laugavegur 116, Reykjavik 105, Iceland
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Reviewed November 28, 2017 via mobile

A great place to spend an hour looking at something you won't see anywhere else. Very informative if you actually read the information cards and subtly humorous.

Thank Doddi D
Reviewed November 27, 2017

Unique museum. It appears it started out as one man's personal collection of whale penises and it took off from there. Legitimately interesting if not small. As with everything in Iceland, expensive entrance fee.

Thank JohnVfromDC
Reviewed November 26, 2017

This museum is definitely interesting if you have extra time in Reykjavik. We probably went for the curiosity just like most people who visit.

Thank Andrea M
Reviewed November 21, 2017

Although there is an actual educational aspect to this museum, it was hard to stay focused while walking among scrotum lighting fixtures and penises sticking out of the walls. We went in because... how do you not.... It's a small building on the main strip...More

Thank TTcheeser
Reviewed November 17, 2017

Where else in the world is there a penis museum? Started by a local Icelander, this museum holds penis artifacts from all sorts of whales, horses, mice - from the smallest to the largest. And there are a couple of human specimens, donated by locals....More

Thank ahendren
Reviewed November 17, 2017

We came for the giggles, but enjoyed the biology, mythology and sociology lessons as bonuses. Definitely more than I was expecting.

Thank Jessica T
Reviewed November 17, 2017

We went on the 6th Nov 2017 and well, it 100% was full of willies, thats for sure, I thought I would be rather grown up about it being 26 but as soon as I went in there I just giggled, my son who was...More

Thank P Y
Reviewed November 14, 2017

We popped in here purely out of interest! It is quite gross really, but if you’re a scientist or zoologist or have a strange desire to see phalluses then it’s the place to go. We said we were pensioners even though we weren’t and saved...More

Thank shamwo
Reviewed November 13, 2017

We thought this would be a light hearted place to visit, but we found it macarbe. Most of the exhibits were in jars, cut out of mammals/animals, with promises from humans that they would have their specimens on their death. We couldn't get out of...More

Thank PinnerSylv
Reviewed November 12, 2017

It is no more and no less than what its title conveys. Lots of phalluses from all sorts of creatures, large and small.

Thank Lindsay56789
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August 31, 2016|
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Response from BudaBaB | Reviewed this property |
Admission for adults: 1250 ISK This is the Icelandic currency, so you need to convert it based on your own currency.
Mandy S
February 7, 2016|
Response from Blacksog | Reviewed this property |
I doubt it. Most countries take that day off of work and the museum is closed on Sundays.