I think it was about 4000ISK for 2 adults and our 11yr old, which would be about $34 for the three of us, and I was sad our welcome card did not include this museum.
However, if you took the time to listen to your headset and go along the stations one by one, it was very informative. We learned a lot about the vikings. The figures are so realistic and we all enjoyed it. We were in it for over an hour, taking advantage of trying on costumes and helmets and wielding swords and chain mail for pictures. The gift section at the end was nice but some things were very pricey. The best bargain was the table of viking beads where they charge by the bead and provide different cords to string them on. I made 3 necklaces for souvenirs for under $20 Can.
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