Reykjavik

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National Museum of Iceland
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4 reviews
A dense and fascinating display (on 2 floors). — Michelin Guide
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4 reviews
This stunning concert hall has become a symbol of Iceland's national recovery.  — Atlas Obscura
Reykjavik Art Museum
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Miõborg
5 reviews
Also known as Hafnarhús, this former warehouse of the Port of Reykjavík now houses the city's art museum. — Fodor's
Hallgrimskirkja
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Miõborg
7 reviews
From atop the space rocket steeple (73m), the view of the capital is superb. — Michelin Guide
The Settlement Exhibition
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Miõborg
4 reviews
The core exhibit features the remains of a 10th-century Viking longhouse dating back to the year 871, give or take a couple years. — Fodor's
Reykjavik Maritime Museum
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3 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
Reykjavik Art Museum Kjarvalsstadir
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3 reviews
Jóhannes Kjarval (1885–1972) one of Iceland’s most popular classical artists... was a fisherman until his crew paid for him to study at the Academy of Fine Arts. — Lonely Planet
Arbaer Open Air Museum
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4 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
Whales of Iceland
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3 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
Icelandic Phallological Museum
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Miõborg
2 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
Reykjavík Art Museum Ásmundarsafn
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2 reviews
The museum focuses almost entirely on his work, influenced by Henry Moore and the cubists. — Frommer's
Laugardalur Park
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Laugardalur
2 reviews
Laugardalur Park is actually several parks in one large area. Besides one of the best swimming pools in the city, the recreational expanse has picnic and barbecuing facilities. — Fodor's
Nautholsvik Geothermal Beach
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Miõborg
2 reviews
The ocean is still cold but swimmable, and Icelandic families flock here on warm days to sunbathe and splash around in the almost-hot tubs. — Frommer's
The Pearl
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2 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
Reykjavik City Hall
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Miõborg
2 reviews
City Hall has a tourist information desk, an exhibition area, and a pleasant cafe with free Internet and huge windows overlooking the pond. — Frommer's
Reykjavik Family park and Zoo
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Laugardalur
2 reviews
This childrens' park in Laugardalur gets packed with happy local families on sunny days. — Lonely Planet
Aurora Reykjavik
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2 reviews
An absolute must-see for northern-lights seekers. Visitors here get to play with technology simulating the intensity and color spectrum of the auroras with panels explaining the physical variations. — Fodor's
Saga Museum
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2 reviews
This privately run museum is expensive and smells like a barn, but does manage to convey Icelandic history and saga lore with an expert blend of entertainment and educational value. — Frommer's
Laugar Spa
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Laugardalur
2 reviews
At the 200,000-square-foot spa, six tubs and an outdoor pool are filled with the Laugardalur Valley’s healing thermal waters. — Travel + Leisure
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