We are museum nerds so easily spent four hours here. Follow Icelandic history from the first settlers to the present day along with a lovely exhibition of Icelandic silver. The exhibits are well displayed in a timeline format in a spacious building which felt more like part of the community than just a museum. There is a pleasant café selling a good variety of cakes, snacks and drinks plus a gift shop which wasn't expensive for Iceland. Two people were playing chess and in another part of the building an antiques valuation afternoon was underway. There is also a photography display. The staff were helpful. There is a lift and good cloakrooms and lockers. An audio tour is available also. A good place to visit with some excellent 'treasures' especially if the weather is poor.
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