Áskell Heiðar Ásgeirsson, holding a key to the virtual reality battle.

‘1238 The Battle of Iceland’ Receives International Nomination

5 Sep 2021 The exhibition “1238 The Battle of Iceland,” which opened in Sauðárkrókur, North Iceland, in the summer of 2019, has been nominated for the Heritage in Motion Awards.

From the Open Air Museum at Skógar.

Legend and ‘Tourist Attraction’ Turns 100

28 Apr 2021 Þórður Tómasson, the founder and long-time director of Skógar Museum, South Iceland, celebrates his 100th birthday today.

Some of the dolls on display.

Mom’s Dolls on Display in Ísafjörður

18 Oct 2020 An interesting exhibition of dolls from all over the world opened not long ago at Búðin, Ísafjörður.

From Chromo Sapiens, the exhibition of Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir, a.k.a. "Shoplifter," at the Reykjavík City Museum.

City Museums in Reykjavík Remain Open

21 Mar 2020 Despite the ban on public gatherings of more than 100 people that took effect in Iceland Monday, the City museums in Reykjavík will remain open.

From the National Museum of Iceland.

National Museum among Europe’s Top 12

25 Jan 2020 The National Museum of Iceland is among Europe’s 12 best city museums, according to The Guardian.

From Árbær Open Air Museum.

Essential Services During the Holidays

21 Dec 2019 Christmas is fast approaching, and you may be wondering what sort of services will be available in Reykjavík City during the holidays.

Christmas lads.

Christmas at Árbær Open Air Museum

13 Dec 2019 The Árbær Open Air Museum in Reykjavík offers visitors diverse entertainment the two coming Sundays: December 15 and 22.

From the museum.

Tourists Take Part in Bloody Battle in Skagafjörður

3 Aug 2019 For the past month and a half, tourists have enjoyed taking part in a bloody battle in Skagafjörður, North Iceland.

One of Reykjavik's stranger tourist attractions.

Penises of every shape and size at Reykjavik's Penis Museum

15 Jan 2018 Travel blogger Joe Goes paid a visit to Reykjavik's famous Phallological Museum and shared his findings with viewers.

The exhibition is in Hvolsvöllur, surrounded by many of Iceland's most famous volcanoes.

LAVA exhibition on Icelandic volcanoes just opened in Hvolsvöllur

19 Jun 2017 LAVA is a multimedia exhibition in the small village of Hvolsvöllur, surrounded by volcanoes. At the exhibition visitors can experience eruptions, earthquakes and ash, and get to know more about recent eruptions in Iceland and how the island came to be.

The event will take place from 13-16

Travel back in time today at Árbær Museum

4 Jun 2017 Árbær Open Air Museum offers its guests to experience a journey back in time today. The village in the museum will be buzzing with life of people “from the past”, going about their chores and their business like they would have done a century or more ago.




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