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A wonderful display of artifacts primarily focusing on the past 200 years. Includes typical houses also. Provides deep insights into the details of daily life - from clothes to fish skin shoes, farming to fishing. Living and sleeping. Well worthwhile. Highly recomended.
Well worth the sorry detour off the highway, especially when you learn that because of the great work started here the road to Vik no longer gets blocked by sandstorms. The centre read once surrounded by volcanic sands, and now all is green. Very interesting...More
We visited here towards the end of our six day visit. How I wish it had been day one! I would have appreciated everything about Iceland so much more.As a teacher, I learned so much about the history, geography, culture and innovations which put my...More
Museum documenting the harsh realities of living in Iceland are both informative and eye opening. You can also visit the primitive homes they lived in. Good place to stop for a quick lunch of soup and sandwich.
Superb overview of Iceland's past in terms of effects by both humans and natural forces on the environment. Thoughtfully organized and insightful. I will look at Iceland in a new way following my tour of the museum.
travelers to Iceland need to know a little of its natural history and its human struggle against all of the elements. you get it all at this superb place: easy to understand, excellent photographs and many lively exhibits. It's a must
The visitor centre at the Soil Conservation Service in Sagnagardur, provides an excellent and easy to understand exhibition about the land of Iceland - its formation, history and restoration. The visitor centre is also only a few kilometres from the Old Farmhouse Laufás so you...More