Árbær Open Air Museum

Árbær Open Air Museum - Reykjavik

Árbær Open Air Museum is a lovely living museum in Reykjavik where you can walk around and enter houses from times gone. Enjoy costumed guides, grazing animals and experience traditional crafts.

The whole museum is an testament on how Reykjavik came to be, how it started, how they lived. This museum is definitely something for the whole family to enjoy.

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