I was a bit wary of going to the museum, i guess being a snob coming from London, but i tell you the Icelanders KNOW how to do a good museum! It was about £7 a head to get in and we were there for a couple of hours, it's got everything right from the settlement through to modern life, and its set out really well to keep you interest, with lots of interactive displays and places to sit and take it all in. It also houses the Icelandi Photography museum which was showing a fascinating exhibit of 30 years of an Icelandic photographers work. Well worth a vist. You can walk there easily, just walk down the length of Tjornin on the paths and then turn right and cross the road at the end. It had a good gift shop and the cafe was packed which is always a good sign. Also they had free lockers for you to use for your coats and bags so you didnt have to lug them all through the museum, great idea!
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