At the time of writing this museum was being reimagined as a collaboration between the National Museum, National Gallery and four other...
The LGBT organisation Samtökin '78 provides information during office hours and operates a community centre on Thursday nights.
Árnarhóll & Ingólfur Arnarson Statue
A statue of Iceland's first settler, Ingólfur Arnarson, takes pride of place at Árnarhóll.
Being one of Reykjavík's oldest joints, the feel at Prikið falls somewhere between diner and saloon: great if you’re up for greasy eats...
There's no sign, but those in the know come to this cream-coloured converted corner house for some of the city's best pizzas with...
Hverfisgata 12 · interesting places nearby
Top ‘New Nordic’ cuisine is the major drawcard at this elegant yet simple bistro. The focus is very much on the food – locally sourced produce served as a parade of courses. The owners are friends with the famous Noma clan, and have drawn much inspiration from the celebrated Copenhagen restaurant. Popular with locals and visitors alike, a reservation is a must.