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I read about it here. Few reviews. Few on the internet. I decided, on my very last day to visit it. And this is after I asked on the forum. I am so glad I did!
The museum is free. It is part of a...More
I recently visited this museum and found it very interesting. Like other posters have mentioned, make sure you ask for a guide in English as the signage is in Islandic (barring the Latin classifications. A great little museum on the right as you enter the...More
I stumbled upon this museum while looking for interesting architectural building. Its housed inside the library within a cluster of buildings (Kopavogar art museum, concert hall, Kopavogur School of music, library) I was shocked its free and contained so much artifacts. Especially in Iceland, they...More
Lovely exhibition [free] of birds mammals geology of Iceland. All info in Icelandic but English info available.
Strongly recommend you visit the cafe in the art gallery. Lovely lady explained all the food which was delicious. When asked about a menu in English she said...More
This is a small museum in the basement of a library and it is worth a visit. My husband and I went, picked up the English guide, as all signage is in Icelandic. The guide was not all inclusive, but it was a big help....More
First off --- there are no elephants living in Iceland --- not sure of where this photo came from, but it was not taken in Iceland.
Second --- it is a small basement museum --- interesting (glad I went), but you will not miss much...More
Positioned directly on bus station.
Easy to reach but hard to find. It is in library building, downstairs. Free entry.
Excellent place to learn about Iceland and Atlantic wildlife.
Stones and minerals collection is very interesting. Birds, fishes and animals are well presented, but you...More