Reykjavík Art Museum – Hafnarhús
Reykjavík Art Museum's Hafnarhús is a marvelously restored warehouse converted into a soaring steel-and-concrete exhibition space....
Fálkahús has a particularly interesting history – it’s where Icelandic falcons were kept before being shipped off to Europe’s noblemen.
Ninety-minute tour including folklore and ghost-spotting, departing from the main tourist office.
Dark and raw, this large bar opens up its back room to make a concert venue, with live music or DJs most nights. Run by the same folks...
The ‘Fish Company’ takes Icelandic seafood recipes and spins them through a variety of far-flung inspirations from Fiji coconut to...
Tryggvagata 22 · interesting places nearby
Just opened in 2009, Sódóma (named after a fictional bar from a famous Icelandic film) is a central venue rising from the ashes of former stalwart Gaukur á Stöng. It acts as a rougher rock bar, and its size gives it prominence as one of the city’s main live-music venues.