Iceland Phallological Museum
Oh, the jokes are endless here. This unique museum houses a bizarre collection of penises. From pickled pickles to petrified wood, there...
Sigurjón Ólafsson Museum
The Sigurjón Ólafsson Museum is a peaceful little place showcasing the varied works – portrait busts, driftwood totem poles and abstract...
Reykjavík’s most attention-seeking building is the immense concrete church Hallgrímskirkja, star of a thousand postcards and visible...
Like some large homage to Arthur Fonzarelli, Roadhouse delights in its utter American-ness, from the large booth seating and oversized...
Lonely Planet review
Reykjavík’s oldest swimming pool (with a definite ‘municipal baths’ feel to it) is close to the Hlemmur bus station and is the only indoor pool within the city.