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Reykjavik Art Museum Hafnarhus
The Café on the first floor serves the best soup in the city!
Hafnarhús built in the 1930s, this refurbished fishery office and warehouse now houses the permanent exhibitions of the works of Erró, one of Europe's most notable pop artists. The other temporary shows at Hafnarhús tend toward the progressive and experimental, emphasizing works from established modern artists. The building contains six galleries, a multipurpose room, a library and a book-and-design shop with great art books and unique Icelandic design. The stylish café on the second floor is a popular lunch spot against an amazing view of the harbour.
Guided tours in foreign languages are available upon request. Information and bookings at tel +354 590 1200 or through email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want to make the most of your Reykjavík Experience, you may want to pick up a Reykjavík City Card, which grants you access to all the public museums, pools and city busses, in addition to discounts on many other things!
Tryggvagata 17, Reykjavik-Centre, 101 ReykjavikView Larger Map
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