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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.
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...More
We went to Dalvik twice and the museum visit was our favourite.
It is a lovingly kept place in an historic house and with English information on most displays.
The lady manning the desk was knowledgeable and happy to provide further information. We were even...More
This museum has a lot to offer. Going from old implements, to all kinds of animals, to a mighty exhibition of the tallest man who lived and so on. The museum host Iris is also a very welcoming person with a lot to share.
A surprising treat. Lots of memorabilia in separate original building museums. The photos of the sardine factories were amazing and educational. You got a sense of how people lived in this factory town, and the disposable income this new business brought. Previously people bartered for...More