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My rating would be better if we were able to see inside the turf houses. Unfortunately, they were closed for the season when we stopped by. It was interesting to walk the grounds, but I would not go out of my way to visit if...More
We were one of the first people to arrive in the morning and were greeted by the host who resides on the property. He was very cheerful and welcoming. It was really clear he had a passion for the land and an appreciation for its...More
You can either just look around the outside for free or do the tour for 1200kr. We did both. We have a tour guide who was very knowledgable we were able to go into the older part of the house through the modern section. It...More
This amazing place is a national treasure for Iceland. You will experience some ancient turf houses and amazing views. It's definitely worth the drive out to this destination and you won't be sorry. There's an extra fee to have a guided tour inside of what...More
Spent about a half hour here checking out the huts, the old church and cemetery. Surprisingly enough we were the only ones there. They offer tours inside the hut for a small fee. We opted out and just looked in the windows.
I was unsure if this would be worth a detour off our route but it absolutely was. You can look around 3/4 smaller turf sheds for free, and pay 1200kr for a 30-45 min tour around two bigger houses/buildings (oldest still standing in Iceland) which...More
We stopped by towards the end of the day. We were the only car in the car park - loved getting away from the crowds! We didn't opt for the inside (paid) tour, but the young man who was the guide was immensely knowledgeable about...More
We were hesitating whether we should take the guided tour or not. It was a wise decision decision to take it! It is very informative and we got a good glimpse of living in Iceland throughout history. A very friendly guide who also very knowledgeable...More