Flexible 48-Hour Reykjavik City Card with Free Entry to Museums, Galleries, and Geothermal Pools

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Summary

Tour starts
Reykjavík
Starting time
Flexible
Duration
2 days
Ending place
Reykjavík
Difficulty
Easy
Available
All year
Minimum age
6 years old

Description

Explore Reykjavik in-depth with the 48-Hour City Card, the least expensive way to experience Iceland’s capital. Travelers seeking free entry to an excellent selection of museums and galleries, all swimming pools in Reykjavik, and unlimited city bus travel should grab this 48-Hour Reykjavik City Card now. 

Get to know Reykjavik the easy way and save money while you explore! The Reykjavik City Card offers free entry to the following attractions:

National Gallery of Iceland

National Museum of Iceland

Reykjavik city buses

Arbaer Open Air Museum

Maritime Museum

Museum of Photography

Videy Island and Elding Adventure at Sea

The Settlement Exhibition

The Reykjavik Art Museum (Hafnarhus, Asmundarsafn, and Kjarvalsstadir)

Reykjavik Family Park and Zoo

House of Collections

Sigurjon Olafsson Museum

Asgrimur Jonsson Collection

Gerdarsafn Kopavogur Art Museum

Reykjavik’s geothermal pools (Arbaejarlaug, Breidholtslaug, Grafarvogslaug, Klebergslaug, Laugardalslaug, Sundhollin, and Vesturbaejarlaug)

The 48-Hour City Card is perfect for those seeking to get the most out of their budget while staying in Reykjavik. It offers complete flexibility for travelers to visit the attractions that interest them and skip the ones that don’t.

You can pick your card up at one of the Reykjavik Art Museum’s locations (Hafnarhus, Asmundarsafn, or Kjarvalsstadir) or from one of four Reykjavik City Museum locations. These options include the Arbaer Open Air Museum, the Maritime Museum, the Museum of Photography, and the Settlement Exhibition.

You can start and finish your day at whichever sites you choose. For example, after picking up your card on day one, you could begin with one of the above attractions to maximize your sightseeing time.

You could pick your card up at the Reykjavik Art Museum Hafnarhus and check out its modern art exhibitions before visiting the photography museum next door. Other museums and galleries in this area that offer free entry include the Settlement Exhibition, the National Gallery of Iceland, and the National Museum of Iceland.

You might visit the Reykjavik Family Park and Zoo in the afternoon before relaxing in the Laugardalslaug geothermal pool.

On day two, you could venture a little further afield by taking the ferry to Videy Island, visiting the Arbaer Open Air Museum southeast of the city, and soaking in one of the nearby geothermal pools, such as Arbaejarlaug or Breidholtslaug.

In addition to free entry to many sites, the Reykjavik City Card also offers discounts in selected shops and for various tours and services. 

When a day of sightseeing leaves you hungry for a delicious meal, head to Ning’s Chinese restaurant, Pho Vietnamese Restaurant, Rossopomodoro Italian restaurant, the Fish Company Restaurant, or Kopar Icelandic restaurant for 10 percent off your meal. 

Lebowski Bar is an excellent spot to finish your evening with fantastic food, drinks, bowling, and sports on the big screen. You’ll also get 10 percent off your bill here. 

You must use the Reykjavik City Card consecutively. For example, if your card’s start time is 11:00,  it’s valid until 11:00, 48 hours later. Other than that, you have the freedom to choose what you visit and when.

Don’t miss your chance to book the 48-hour Reykjavik City Card, the best way to discover Iceland’s capital city. Check availability now by choosing a date.

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Included

Free admission to an excellent range of museums and galleries in Reykjavik
Free entry to all Reykjavik geothermal pools
Free unlimited bus travel within the Reykjavik capital area (does not include the airport bus, because it leaves the capital region)
Discounts in selected shops and for various tours and services

Activities

Sightseeing
Boat Trip
Cultural Activity
Walking tours
Museums
Exhibitions

Good to know

This card is valid for a consecutive 48-hour period. You can start and finish where you like and stop at the attractions that interest you most. Before beginning your explorations, you must swap your digital voucher at one of the designated pick-up points.

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