The Icelandic Phallological Museum in Reykjavík contains a collection of phallic specimens that belong to various types of mammals. In the museum you can see a collection of more than 220 penises and penile parts that belong to all the land and sea mammals found in Iceland. It even has on display the penis of an old, Icelandic gentleman who died in 2011 at the age of 95. Furthermore, the museum has between 40–50 specimens from foreign mammals including a giraffe and an elephant.
Many professionals visit the museum to study, like biologists and doctors. The purpose is also to educate and amuse people and of course to lift the taboo that has been shrouding this subject for so long.