Aðalstræti 07.05.2022

Reykjavík ...the story continues

Family-friendly and informative exhibition about the development of Reykjavík, from farm to city.

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Aðalstræti 1889 photo by Sigfús Eymundsson

This new display is a direct continuation of The Settlement Exhibition, representing Reykjavík's history from settlement to the present day. Visitors get an insight into the complex history and culture of Reykjavík through the development of house construction and planning with a stop at the oldest house in the city centre, Aðalstræti 10. 

The admission is valid to both Aðalstræti 10 and The Settlement Exhibition in Aðalstræti 16.

Info

Info

Aðalstræti 10 & 16

101 Reykjavík

Tel: (+354) 411 6370

Contact

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

Contact

Opening hours

Opening hours

Open every day 10:00-17:00

Guided tours during the summer on weekdays at 11:00

Christmas & New Year

Closed 24 -5 Dec

Open 26 Dec 10:00-17:00

Open 31 Dec 10:00-14:00

Open 1 Jan 12:00-17:00

Easter

Open as usual 10:00-17:00

Admission

Admission

Adults

2,500 ISK

Children (0-17)

Free admission

Disabled

Free admission

Students with student card

1,620 ISK

Reykjavík Culture Year Pass

7,100 ISK

City Card holders

Free admission

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