Museums & Art Galleries in Iceland including Reykjavik

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Museums & Art Galleries in Iceland

List of museums, art galleries and cultural co-operation in Iceland. If you want to look at or buy Icelandic Art this is your place to start. Among museums you can find the National Museum of Iceland, The Salt fish Saga Museum in Grindavik, the Saga Museum in Perlan Reykjavik, Primrun the Viking Art Centre and many more.

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  • Antique maps of Iceland (on-line shopping)
    Do you collect antique maps? Here you find old Icelandic maps that are uniqe. Add these Icelandic maps to your collection and buy antique maps of Iceland on-line.
  • Archeological jewlery (on-line shopping)
    There were many highly talented gold and silver smiths among the Nordic settlers who came to Iceland some 1100 years ago. On-line store with jewlery from the Viking age.
  • Bustarfell Folk Museum (museum in Vopnafjordur - east Iceland)
    The Bustarfell’s museum house preserves much history about Iceland and its people. A visit to the Museum at Bustarfell is a journey through the history of farming and changes in lifestyle from the beginning of the 18th century to the mid-20th century.

  • Icelandic Emigration Centre
    The Icelandic Emigration Centre at Hofsos opened in 1996 and the scale of its operations has expanded every year since. All sorts of services are offered on site, including a conference room, library and shop. The souvenir shop is situated in the same place as the old co-operative used to be – a fitting continuation of the building’s trading tradition.

  • Iceland Settlement Centre
    Over a thousand years ago, Viking adventurers discovered a large untouched island in the north Atlantic and claimed the land for their own. A rapid period of settlement ensued and thus the Icelandic nation was born.

  • Laxness Museum
    Gljufrasteinn was the home and workplace of Halldor Laxness (winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1955) and his family for more than half a century. It has now been opened to the public as a museum, unchanged from when Laxness lived there.

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