Before Game of Thrones, cheap airline tickets and tourism, there were just the settlers in Iceland, wondering what to do with all that space! Dive into a treasure trove of over 2,000 objects, dating from the Settlement Age to the present, plus tons of photographs from the 20th century showing how times have changed. Alongside the museum's perma...
- * Entrance to the National Museum of Iceland
- * Audio guide to access using your smartphone, available in a variety of languages
- * Guided tours in English: Every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at 11:00 (subject to change) * The tour takes approximately 45 minutes and is free of charge. No need to book in advance * Free entry for disabled visitors * Free entry for visitors under 18, free ticket required * Seniors 67+ receive discounted admission but must pay a small fee on-site to visit the Photo Gallery Show your smartphone voucher at the reception desk and you will get a special admission tag. * Access the museum's audio guide [clicking here](https://www.thjodminjasafn.is/english/for-visitors/the-national-museum/visitor-informations/audio-guide "clicking here") * Free WiFi available at the museum
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