Ásgrímur Jónsson Collection
Iceland's first professional painter, Ásgrímur Jónsson (1876–1958), was the son of a farmer. He lived and worked here, and you can visit...
Eccentric eruption-chaser Villi Knudsen is the cinematographer and presenter of this film show in a little theatre in an outbuilding on...
Einar Jónsson Sculpture Garden
The sculpture garden behind the Einar Jónsson Museum contains 26 bronzes, in the shadow of Hallgrímskirkja.
C is for Cookie
Named in honour of Sesame Street's Cookie Monster, this cheerful spot has super coffee, plus great homemade cakes, salad, soup and...
One of the capital's top restaurants, the Gallery lives up to its name, with original artwork lining the walls, making it feel like a...
Baldursgata 14 · interesting places nearby
Þrír Frakkar information
Owner-chef Úlfar Eysteinsson has built up a consistently excellent reputation at this snug little restaurant – apparently a favourite of Jamie Oliver’s. Specialities range throughout the aquatic world from salt cod and halibut to plokkfiskur (fish stew) with black bread. Non-fish items run toward guillemot, horse, lamb and whale.