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- We love shopping at Bonus! There's always some strange food items we don't have in the States, and the staff is always friendly!Written July 12, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Kolaportid Flea Market is held every weekend in a huge warehouse near the Harbor. Also have a section selling food products. Nothing caught my eye, but it was fun to look. I was hoping to find some vendors selling original artwork, but no luck. Good option if the weather is too cold or too wet.Written July 15, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A good sized mall with all the shops that you need including a cinema. A good place to visit as a tourist if the weather is poor and soak up a couple of hours. Nice food court with a good variety.Written August 25, 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Dining room extremely noisy. Food barely above average. Video of cruise DVD didn’t work. No refund offered. Agent with Gohagan Tours not knowledgable. Otherwise spectacular.Written September 15, 2021
- I visited this women owned collective art gallery several times while in Reykjavik. Local art at its finest with something for everyone at varying prices. Go and browse even if you're not in the market for something new.Written January 12, 2022
- Beautiful Artworks and jewelry downstairs... great exhibition space upstairs! And very engaging staff membersWritten December 4, 2019
- Jon Samunder and the Dead Gallery is a trip. His gallery is stuffed with paintings currently in preparation for a show opening on Sept. 24th in town. While his long term focus seems to be skulls, portraits and complex-patterned paintings of faces/shapes/symbols and ritualistic figures, he is also making some beautiful images of the recent volcano, plants and flowers. He is gifted and I think very worth collecting. I purchased 2 of his volcano paintings - roughly 24x24 for under $1000. A number of the larger pieces were very impressive and will find good homes, I am sure. When we found the gallery, down a side alley off one of the main walking streets in old town, there was tape across the open front doorway. I had to knock and yell before he appeared out of a fabulously packed working art studio space. He said he was closed, too busy working on his upcoming show. I ignored his response and began pointing to paintings that I thought were interesting from the outside doorway view. He responded by spending 45 minutes talking art and looking at a wide array of his work. Jon is much more than a skull ring and t-shirt artist. He has a vision of reality that is extremely outsider, but with the skills to produce well composed and original images. It was a trip meeting Jon and I am happy to have his work hanging in my Chicago condo.Written September 7, 2021
- Beautiful historical building and an interesting gallery, definitely worth a visit if you're in ReykjavikWritten February 16, 2019
- A really good gallery, across two floors showcasing 2 artists when I visited. Well laid out, time to wander & absorb & helpful staff if you require. A great introduction to the local, contemporary art sceneWritten July 2, 2017
- The one and only place in Iceland for experimental music.
Intimate and pretty, the venue offers an eclectic and yet high standard program.
This is the place.Written March 12, 2018
- This was a real find while strolling through Lighthouse Village. It is on Hverfisgata St.
Really imaginary ceramic and mosaic sculptures. Truly one of a kind pieces.Written June 17, 2018
- We visited this gallery twice as it was the most interesting of the selling galleries in the city, with a wide variety of canvases, collages, ceramics, photography and sculptures, all of which are of high quality and very well presented. The staff can't really answer questions about the works in the same way as the (also very good) art collective galleries on Laugarvegur but there is much to enjoy; many of the pieces have quirky twists that make them just a bit different. There is also a toilet facility for visitors! Prices are in the main quite high but not at all unexpected for the quality on display. Well worth a visit for lovers of modern art.Written November 4, 2017
- We found the shop in the Saturday morning flea market in Reykjavik. Such unique things. We got great pins for the pride parade later that day. Also, we found one of the coolest Christmas ornaments ever, celebrating Icelandic wool and knitting. And the owner was incredibly nice and informative — and was wearing great purple hair. Highly recommend a visit.Written August 6, 2022
- Great store ! Nice selection, beautiful designs, fair prices and you can be 100% certain the products here are actually made in Iceland with Icelandic wool / yarn. Interestingly, they will even tell you the name of the person that knit your sweater (lopapeysa) if you ask.
Purchased a sweater here as a gift for my daughter when she was very young, and this year when we went back to Iceland together, the same patient Owner was there, Anna. I had to show her a picture of the original sweater, she graciously took the time to look and help my daughter choose a new sweater and hat, despite being very busy. My daughter and I are delighted with our new sweaters, they fit perfectly !
Icelandic wool is super warm as you might expect. Be sure to drop off your receipt at the airport, for the tax refund.Written August 12, 2022
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