Education

Kindergarten
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Reykjavík Maritime museum: a journey for families

Goldie the cod & the segulls

An fun exploration of the Fish & folk exhibition for families. Covers the life at the harbour and the fishes in the sea. Let's imagine that the cod can talk! This one is called goldie...

Bóka
Elementary School
Kids enyoing the Fish & folk - 150 years of fisheries exhibition
Reykjavík Maritime Museum 10 - 13 years old

Follow the fish

Guided tour of the exhibition Fish & folk: 150 years of fisheries. We follow the fish from the ocean, into the net, on board the boat, onto dry land and to its final destination – the plate. Students learn more about the different kind of professions connected to fish processing.

Bóka
Börn að leik í Sjóminjasafninu í Reykjavík
Reykjavík Maritime Museum 6 - 10 years old

Come and look at the sea!

A walk through the exhibition Fish & folk: 150 years of fisheries. Focus on the natural enviroment of different species of fish that live around Iceland. Learn about boats and ships and their fishing gear. At last an overview of fish processing.

Bóka
Sjominjasafnid_thijs_Wolzak_cod_column_hr_for_online_use.jpg
Reykjavík Maritime museum: a journey for families

Goldie the cod & the segulls

An fun exploration of the Fish & folk exhibition for families. Covers the life at the harbour and the fishes in the sea. Let's imagine that the cod can talk! This one is called goldie...

Bóka
High school
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Reykjavík Maritime Museum

Fish & folk; 150 years of fisheries

The exhibition is about the history of the Icelandic fisheries, from the time when rowing boats gave way to large fishing vessels. This rich history is told from the perspective of Iceland’s biggest fishing port, Reykjavík. Guided tours and introductions available in english.

Bóka
University
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Reykjavík Maritime Museum

Fish & folk; 150 years of fisheries

The exhibition is about the history of the Icelandic fisheries, from the time when rowing boats gave way to large fishing vessels. This rich history is told from the perspective of Iceland’s biggest fishing port, Reykjavík. Guided tours and introductions available in english.

Bóka

Info

Info

Reykjavík Maritime Museum

Grandagarður 8

101 Reykjavík

Tel: (+354) 411 6340

Contact

Opening hours

Opening hours

Closed due to ban of gatherings starting Tuesday, March 24th

Christmas & New Year

24-26 Dec closed, 31 Dec 10:00-14:00, 1 Jan closed.

For groups (10+) bookings please send a request to:

maritimemuseum@reykjavik.is

Admission

Admission

Adults 18+

1,740 ISK

Children 0-17 years

Free admission

Disabled

Free admission

Óðinn Guided Tour

1,330 ISK

Museum + Óðinn

2,660 ISK

Students with student card

Museum 1,120 ISK, Óðinn 1,120 ISK, Combo ticket 2,240 ISK

Reykjavík Culture Year Pass

6,500 ISK

City Card holders

Free admission

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