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1–4 hours
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  • Free Parking
  • Entry/Admission - Saga Museum
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  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Free admission for children under 6 years.
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 50 travellers
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Toine van Mourik wrote a review Mar 2020
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Lovely museum near the Old Harbour in Reykjavik. In 30 minutes you get a glimpse of Icelandic saga in 17 Madame Tussauds like displays. Nicely done, cool presentatie including free audio tour and sound effects. Every display has a sign with a brief description, which together
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Rhiannon C wrote a review Mar 2020
11 contributions1 helpful vote
Staff were friendly and helpful and give you a free audio guide to go around the museum. Takes about 45 minutes to go through it all if you take your time reading all the information. I'd recommend it if you'd like to learn more about the history of iceland. Added something
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Date of experience: March 2020
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mercurykat100 wrote a review Feb 2020
Newport, United Kingdom71 contributions101 helpful votes
A great way to spend a couple of hours, this is a great way to find out about the history of Iceland and a good story to go with it. Very imformative and interesting. Would recommend.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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georger572018 wrote a review Jan 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom210 contributions52 helpful votes
The SAGA Museum located down by the old harbour is a great place to spend a couple of hours finding out about the origins and development of the Icelandic people! The wax models look very realistic!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Kelly wrote a review Jan 2020
Burgess Hill, United Kingdom34 contributions31 helpful votes
Good museum. Fun for kids to dress up as a viking. Audio tour interesting. Polite staff. Moderate value for money.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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942helenw
942helenw
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Great place to learn the early history of Iceland
My sister and I had a great time here, it started with us trying on the viking helmets, I looked just the part with
ryanphil26
ryanphil26
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Surprisingly Concise Curation of Icelandic History, in Mannequin Format
Surprisingly concise curation of Icelandic history, in mannequin format. We had great fun, the audio tour was easy
Mike s
Mike s
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Well worth the trip out of the city to see it.
First if you are going by bus you may have trouble as some of the stops have been moved (feb 2020). And drivers are
Joyce K
Joyce K
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Nice museum HOWEVER.....
We thoroughly enjoyed the Saga Museum. The displays were creative,informative and well done. Here's the however: t
travels-tortuga
travels-tortuga
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Good museum, bit overpriced
The Saga Museum is a self guided audio tour detailing Iceland’s history of the Vikings, taking you through the vari
coxbrakefield
coxbrakefield
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Ancient stories
This museum introduces the Sagas of Iceland in a short tour. The wax figures are amazing. We learned just a little
MTV76
MTV76
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Really fun way to learn about the history of Iceland
We spent about one-hour visiting the museum - it has a very central location, and the exhibit is really nice and in
woodsy_l
woodsy_l
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Icelandic history presented in an interesting way
Located at Reykjavik Old Harbour, the Saga museum is an Icelandic Madame Tussauds, with waxwork figures, depicting
G6506FRcatherines
G6506FRcatherines
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A good overview of Icelandic History
This was quite expensive and the whole guided trip (audio guides) lasts about 30 mins. However, it did give us a g
Brandymate
Brandymate
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Worth a visit
We did enjoy this tour, a good way to kill a few hours. The tour is via a headset which takes you through the mus
chmilian
chmilian
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Fun exhibit
Very informative and fun exhibition about the early days in Iceland (Viking age). Thoroughly enjoyed listening to t
sandyb723
sandyb723
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Small but well done
Quite a small museum but nicely done with wax works. Audio tape was very informative as was the lady who took our m
JMully5
JMully5
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Viking story
Fun, albeit short , experience on a bad weather day in Reykjavik. Came here due to excursion being cancelled and it
Jim B
Jim B
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Rainy day visit
Stopped in on a lark and found it interesting. Old school presentations with wax figures and stage like sets. Tells
KayleighB350
KayleighB350
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Fun and Informative!
This place was a brilliant, fun addition to our day! First of all it’s warm and cozy, you can leave your coats at t
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