Hafnarfjörður Museum is divided over several buildings. Pakkhúsið is the main section, with three storeys of exhibits. Upstairs, there...
Next door, Sívertsen’s Hús is a beautiful 19th-century home belonging to merchant Bjarni Sívertsen, once the most important man in...
This was once the home of two Scottish brothers heavily involved in Hafnarfjörður’s fishing industry, which now contains an exhibition...
This great cafe-bar is the most cheerful place to eat in town – ladies lunch, readers read, kids play chess and half of Hafnarfjörður...
Vesturgata 6 · interesting places nearby
New additions to the museum are Beggubúð, a shop laid out as it was in 1906; and Bookless Bungalow , once the home of two Scottish brothers heavily involved in Hafnarfjörður’s fishing industry, and now containing an exhibition on fishing.