Reykjavik

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6 reviews
A dense and fascinating display (on 2 floors). — Michelin Guide
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4 reviews
The permanent exhibit shares many features with local maritime museums across the country, such as well-crafted ship models and dummies in very uncomfortable-looking raincoats. — Frommer's
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4 reviews
The endearingly bloodthirsty Saga Museum is where Icelandic history is brought to life by eerie silicon models and a multi-language soundtrack with thudding axes and hair-raising screams. — Lonely Planet
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5 reviews
Learn more about Iceland's history by exploring Árbær, a onetime working farm turned faithfully re-created village, complete with farm animals, simple wooden houses, a town square. — Condé Nast Traveler
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3 reviews
This futuristic glass dome, built in 1991, sits atop five enormous cylindrical tanks storing 24,000 tons of the city's geothermally heated water. — Frommer's
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4 reviews
The museum focuses almost entirely on his work, influenced by Henry Moore and the cubists. — Frommer's
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Laugardalur
3 reviews
The park is a favourite with locals for its huge swimming complex, fed by the geothermal spring. — Lonely Planet
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4 reviews
Blue whales, fin whales, humpbacks, and belugas are just some of the 23 different species featured in this great pod of life-size models at the Whales of Iceland exhibition. — Fodor's
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Miõborg
3 reviews
Reykjavík’s waterside Ráðhús is a beautifully positioned postmodern construction of concrete stilts, tinted windows and mossy walls rising from Tjörnin. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
Learn about the classical tales explaining the Northern Lights, and the scientific explanation, then watch a 35-minute surround-sound panoramic HD recreation of Icelandic auroras. — Lonely Planet
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Miõborg
3 reviews
This gallery room above Reykjavík City Library is worth a visit for its top-notch exhibitions of regional photographers. — Lonely Planet
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Miõborg
2 reviews
The sculpture garden behind the Einar Jónsson Museum contains 26 bronzes, in the shadow of Hallgrímskirkja. — Lonely Planet
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Laugardalur
2 reviews
This childrens' park in Laugardalur gets packed with happy local families on sunny days. — Lonely Planet
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Miõborg
3 reviews
Oh, the jokes are endless here, but though this unique museum houses a huge collection of penises, it's actually very well done. — Lonely Planet
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Miõborg
3 reviews
Despite being so close to the harbor and the ocean, Reykjavik’s city lake (Tjörnin) has a charm and atmosphere all of its own. — Afar Magazine
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Miõborg
3 reviews
This tiny museum's sizable collection is jammed into a former underground public toilet.  — Atlas Obscura
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Miõborg
2 reviews
Sólfar (Sun Voyager) is a metallic re-creation of a Viking ship. Visit at sunset for the most breathtaking scene, but come early in the morning if you want to be the only one climbing on it. — Condé Nast Traveler
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