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THE MOST EASY, AFFORDABLE AND ECO-FRIENDLY WAY TO ENJOY REYKJAVÍKFree entry to Reykjavík's best museums and galleriesFree entry to Reykjavík Zoo and Family ParkFree entry to Reykjavík's thermal pools, hot pots and saunasFree use of public bus transport, “Strætó”, in Reykjavík and the capital areaFree ferry ride to Viðey, a beautiful historic island on the ord of ReykjavíkGreat discounts and offers on concerts, restaurants, attractions, tours and more throughout Reykjavík area
Visit: National Museum of Iceland, Reykjavik, Capital RegionThe National Museum displays objects that provide insight into Icelandic cultural history - displays that encourage visitors to dwell on the past, present and future. The museum aims to nurture knowledge and innovation while maintaining a wide perspective and sense of community.Duration: 2 hoursVisit: National Gallery of Iceland (Listasafn Islands), Reykjavik, Capital RegionThe National Gallery of Iceland is a national museum and the main emphasis of the collection is on 19th and 20th century Icelandic art, but international art is featured as well. The museum owns the most valuable collection of works by Icelandic artists in the country. The collection also includes an impressive array of works by internationally renowned artists such as, Pablo Picasso, Edward Munch, Karel Appel, Hans Hartung, Victor Vasarely, Richard Serra and Richard Tuttle.Duration: 1 hourVisit: Reykjavik Art Museum Hafnarhus, Reykjavik, Capital RegionThe old harbour warehouse, Hafnarhús, offers a progressive exhibition program with local and international contemporary artists. The works of key figures, as well as established and emerging current artists are presented in six galleries.Hafnarhús is also home to the works of Erró (b. 1932), a significant player in the international pop art scene.Hafnarhús is located in the oldest part of Reykjavik, where the town’s boats and first docks lay. The building was erected in the 1930s and at the time it was one of the largest buildings in the country.Duration: 2 hoursVisit: Reykjavik Art Museum Asmundarsafn, Reykjavik, Capital RegionThe sculptor Ásmundur Sveinsson (1893–1982) designed, worked and lived in this beautiful building now serving as a part of Reykjavík Art Museum. The white dome structure is surrounded by Sveinsson’s sculptures in the garden, both his earlier massive figures and his later light abstract compositions. The inside of the building offers a unique experience as the artist’s design, inspired by vernacular Mediterranean architecture, is a stand-alone work of art. Sveinsson’s work is often exhibited in there along with the works of other modern or contemporary artists.Duration: 1 hourVisit: Reykjavik Art Museum Kjarvalsstadir, Reykjavik, Capital RegionKjarvalsstaðir houses the works of one of Iceland’s most influential and recognised artists, Jóhannes S. Kjarval. The exhibitions at Kjarvalsstaðir focus primarily on paintings and sculptures of the established masters of modern art.The building is a fine example of Nordic modernism, it features floor-to ceiling windows that look onto the beautiful Klambratún ParkDuration: 1 hourVisit: Reykjavik Maritime Museum, Reykjavik, Capital RegionThe exhibition Fish & folk – 150 years of fisheries at the Reykjavík Maritime Museum is about the history of the Icelandic fisheries, from the time when rowing boats gave way to large fishing vessels in the late 19th century, through to the 21st century. This rich history is told from the perspective of Iceland’s biggest fishing port, Reykjavík. The Maritime Museum’s setting is an appropriate one, as the building once housed a flourishing fish factory.Duration: 1 hourVisit: Arbaer Open Air Museum, Reykjavik, Capital RegionÁrbær was an established farm well into the 20th century, and the museum opened there in 1957. Árbær is now an open air museum with more than 20 buildings which form a town square, a village and a farm. Most of the buildings have been relocated from central Reykjavik.Duration: 3 hoursVisit: The Settlement Exhibition, Reykjavik, Capital RegionThe Settlement Exhibition - Reykjavik 871± 2 deals with the settlement of Reykjavík. The exhibition is based on scholars theories on what the heritage sites in central Reykjavík can tell us about the life and work of the first settlers. The focus of the exhibition is the remains of a hall from the Settlement Age which was excavated in 2001. The hall was inhabited from 930-1000. North of the hall are two pieces of turf, remnants of wall which was clearly built shortly before 871. This is one of the oldest man-made structures so far found in Iceland.Duration: 1 hourVisit: Reykjavik Museum of Photography, Reykjavik, Capital RegionThe museum’s exhibitions focus on Icelandic photography, works from Collection and works of foreign photographers. The museum exhibits both historical and contemporary photography in artistic- social- and cultural context.Duration: 1 hourVisit: Videy Island, Reykjavik, Capital RegionUnspoiled nature reigns on island of Viðey, which has a unique place in Icelandic history. Birdlife abounds on the island, while out­stand­ing works of modern art also make their mark. We hope you enjoy your stay and that you help us keep the island the trea­surous pearl that it is.Duration: 3 hoursVisit: Gerdarsafn Kopavogur Art Museum, Kopavogur, Capital RegionGerðarsafn is a progressive museum with an emphasis on modern and contemporary art, located in the heart of Kópavogur. Gerðarsafn offers temporary exhibitions with works by Icelandic and international contemporary artists as well as displaying the museum collection. The exhibition program echoes the museum‘s status as the only Icelandic museum built in honor of a female artist.Duration: 1 hourVisit: Natural History Museum of Kopavogur, Reykjavik, Capital RegionThe museum divides into two categories, geological and zoological. The geological part focuses on the formation of Iceland and the major types of rocks and minerals. The zoological part focuses (with few exceptions) on Icelandic birds, mammals, fish and invertebrates. The museum staff provides guidance, if requested. If possible, the guidance is adapted to the interest, age and language of our guests. Guidance should preferably be reserved in advance, especially for groups. Guidance is a part of our service and therefore always free.Duration: 1 hourVisit: Reykjavik Family park and Zoo, Reykjavik, Capital RegionNot just farm animalsThere are a lot more animals at the zoo than most people think. Icelandic farm animals, mammals from the country's wildlife, in addition to a small exhibition of reptiles, amphibians and insects.Fun for everyone at anytime of the yearPlaygrounds are open in the summertime as well as on the weekends during the winter, weather permitting. Castles, zip-lines and other equipment are always open. It's also nice to just stroll around in the beautiful surroundings.Duration: 2 hoursVisit: The Culture House, Reykjavik, Capital RegionAt the Culture House, the exhibition Points of View – a journey through the visual world of Iceland is on permanent view. The exhibition gives visitors a unique opportunity to view the collections of six major Icelandic cultural institutions. Artworks of various styles and mediums are presented thematically alongside museum objects and archival materials such as books and maps. Duration: 1 hourVisit: Adalstraeti, Reykjavik, Capital RegionAðalstræti 10 is a museum and an exhibition space. It is part of Reykjavík City Museum – one museum in five unique places. Duration: 30 minutesVisit: Sigurjon Olafsson Museum, Reykjavik, Capital RegionThe Sigurjón Ólafsson Museum is dedicated to exhibiting works by the Icelandic sculptor, Sigurjón Ólafsson. It was founded in 1984 by the artist's widow Birgitta Spur, as a tribute to her late husband. She had the artist's studio at Laugarnes converted to an exhibition space to house a large collection of his works.Duration: 1 hourVisit: Asgrimur Jonsson Collection (Safn Asgrims Jonssonar), Reykjavik, Capital RegionÁsgrímur Jónsson (1876–1958) was one of the pioneers of Icelandic visual art and the first Icelandic painter to make art his main profession. Ásgrímur was born on March 4th, 1876 on the farm Suðurkot in Rútsstaðahverfi in South Iceland's Flói region. In 1897 he moved to Copenhagen, where he studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Art from 1900 to 1903. Ásgrímur stayed abroad until 1909 and spent his last winter in Italy. On his way to and from Italy he stopped in Berlin and Weimar and saw, among others, the works of the French Impressionists, which made a deep impact on him.Duration: 45 minutesVisit: Laugardalslaug, Reykjavik, Capital RegionReykjavík City runs seven public thermal pools (sundlaugar) which are heated with geothermal water and are part of the city's policy of encouraging public sports and healthy lifestyle. The pools offer steam baths, saunas, hot tubs and jacuzzis. Much is done to ensure safety of guests and all staff receive regular training and instructions on safety-related issues.Duration: 2 hoursVisit: Kopavogslaug, Kopavogur, Capital RegionReykjavík City runs seven public thermal pools (sundlaugar) which are heated with geothermal water and are part of the city's policy of encouraging public sports and healthy lifestyle. The pools offer steam baths, saunas, hot tubs and jacuzzis. Much is done to ensure safety of guests and all staff receive regular training and instructions on safety-related issues.Duration: 2 hoursVisit: Sundhollin Public Baths, Reykjavik, Capital RegionReykjavík City runs seven public thermal pools (sundlaugar) which are heated with geothermal water and are part of the city's policy of encouraging public sports and healthy lifestyle. The pools offer steam baths, saunas, hot tubs and jacuzzis. Much is done to ensure safety of guests and all staff receive regular training and instructions on safety-related issues.Duration: 2 hoursVisit: Grafarvogslaug, Reykjavik, Capital RegionReykjavík City runs seven public thermal pools (sundlaugar) which are heated with geothermal water and are part of the city's policy of encouraging public sports and healthy lifestyle. The pools offer steam baths, saunas, hot tubs and jacuzzis. Much is done to ensure safety of guests and all staff receive regular training and instructions on safety-related issues.Duration: 2 hoursVisit: Vesturbaejarlaug, Reykjavik, Capital RegionReykjavík City runs seven public thermal pools (sundlaugar) which are heated with geothermal water and are part of the city's policy of encouraging public sports and healthy lifestyle. The pools offer steam baths, saunas, hot tubs and jacuzzis. Much is done to ensure safety of guests and all staff receive regular training and instructions on safety-related issues.Duration: 2 hoursVisit: Arbaejarlaug swimming pool, Reykjavik, Capital RegionReykjavík City runs seven public thermal pools (sundlaugar) which are heated with geothermal water and are part of the city's policy of encouraging public sports and healthy lifestyle. The pools offer steam baths, saunas, hot tubs and jacuzzis. Much is done to ensure safety of guests and all staff receive regular training and instructions on safety-related issues.Duration: 2 hours

What’s included

  • Entry/Admission - National Museum of Iceland
  • Entry/Admission - National Gallery of Iceland (Listasafn Islands)
  • Entry/Admission - Reykjavik Art Museum Hafnarhus
  • Entry/Admission - Reykjavik Art Museum Asmundarsafn
  • Entry/Admission - Reykjavik Art Museum Kjarvalsstadir
  • Entry/Admission - Reykjavik Maritime Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Arbaer Open Air Museum
  • Entry/Admission - The Settlement Exhibition
  • Entry/Admission - Reykjavik Museum of Photography
  • Entry/Admission - Videy Island
  • Entry/Admission - Gerdarsafn Kopavogur Art Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Natural History Museum of Kopavogur
  • Entry/Admission - Reykjavik Family park and Zoo
  • Entry/Admission - The Culture House
  • Entry/Admission - Adalstraeti
  • Entry/Admission - Sigurjon Olafsson Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Asgrimur Jonsson Collection (Safn Asgrims Jonssonar)
  • Entry/Admission - Laugardalslaug
  • Entry/Admission - Kopavogslaug
  • Entry/Admission - Sundhollin Public Baths
  • Entry/Admission - Grafarvogslaug
  • Entry/Admission - Vesturbaejarlaug
  • Entry/Admission - Arbaejarlaug swimming pool

What’s not included

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