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Hvoll Folk Museum of Dalvik Iceland

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Hvoll Folk Museum of Dalvik Iceland

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This 8-day tour takes you to the must see Golden Circle route with all its amazing sites. You will see the unbeatable Gullfoss waterfall, Geysir geothermal area and of course the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Thingvellir National Park. Next you will be heading to the much talked about South Coast, where you will explore the unique black sand beach, Reynisfjara and Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon. After exploring the Eastfjords, Lake Mývatn awaits with its unique surroundings, you will explore Dimmuborgir lava pillars and then carry on the journey to the capital of the North, Akureyri. From there you will head to West Iceland and Snæfellsnes Peninsula and find some hidden gems and locations to experience, such as Kirkjufell mountain, lava pillars, a white beach and waterfalls.<br><br>While you enjoy this versatile tour you will be able to book extra tours and activities along the way to make your experience even more special, such as horse riding, hiking, and exploring ice caves.
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Mary wrote a review Sep. 2019
Tartu, Estonia32 contributions5 helpful votes
The museum is not mentioned in google maps and any gps coordinations or address mentioned lead to very wrong place. But when we just watched around we saw the sign and the bench and figured it must be there. From September it’s winter time and only open on Saturdays or you have to call ahead and you get a “private tour”. The house is lovely, there is a lot more than just about the tall man. It’s a “walk through” museum not really interactive so we spent max 30-45 minutes there. It costs 800isk, children under 18 free. Good for rainy day.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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shazross wrote a review Oct. 2017
brisbane23 contributions11 helpful votes
Interesting and informative display. Ideal activity for a rainy day. It was great learning about the Icelandic culture.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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CavDov wrote a review Jul. 2017
Ewelme, United Kingdom5 contributions
Lots to see, well presented and good value for money. Covers local natural history and life. A good way to spend an hour.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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stefania918 wrote a review Dec. 2016
Perth, Australia7 contributions1 helpful vote
A very interesting little museum. Well worth visiting. We took our children when they were young. They were amazed by Jon the giant especially my eldest son. He was 6 at the time. The staff are very helpful and the displays are well presented.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Shannon H wrote a review Jul. 2016
Seattle, Washington14 contributions25 helpful votes
Our family had some time to kill before our whale watching trip,so we popped into this great museum. The staff was very friendly, following us around a bit to give English explanations (much of the signage was only in Icelandic) and the collection is just a bunch or real-world items from the past (my kids were enthralled by the record player!) and 'famous' people who have a connection to Dalvik. My favorite exhibit was about the local man who stood over 8 feet tall and was the world's tallest man for a while.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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