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Reykjavik Art Museum is the leading art museum in Iceland and has 3 locations in Reykjavik: Hafnarhus, Kjarvalsstadir and Asmundarsafn. Located in the former warehouses of the Port of Reykjavik, Hafnarhus features exhibitions from the Erró...more
My 20-year old son and I took a quick walk around the museum. 15-20 minutes is plenty. Lots of Icelandic modern art. We had city pass so admission was included. Wouldn’t have paid for museum separately, but I’ve seen a lot of modern art in...More
This is one of those museums you need to visit if you are in Reykjavik and when you buy a ticket you get 24 hour access to two other museums. The building is unusual and looks somewhat like a prison.
However this is not exactly...More
Was here end of May.
Entered here using the City Card. Received a notice that the museum was undergoing some sort of renovation and that only 2 exhibits were open. Looking thru the windows, I could see that the museum was composed of two huge...More
Reykjavík’s Art Museum is spread over three sites with a single ticket covering 24 hour access to all locations.
The primary location is a huge restored warehouse near the Old Harbour with multiple rooms and exhibition spaces, also doubling as a venue during the annual...More
Went here today but only two small exhibits were open while the rest of the salons were either closed or full of workers banging with their tools, setting up things! Doesn’t make for a good viewing experience! And i really think they should just have...More
This is a great, compact museum to visit if you are looking for something to do on a Thursday evening as it is one of the few places open late (until 10pm, but only on Thursdays). On the ground floor the is a permanent exhibition...More
Close to our hotel and I like visiting art museums and galleries. Some of the exhibits and rooms were not my taste and were very minimalistic in content and use of paint.The Erro exhibit was excellent and worth the ticket price on its own. This...More