Información acerca de Museo Skogar - Skógarsafn

The Skógar Museum in south IcelandPhoto from the Skógar Museum

Skógar Museum is a cultural heritage museum in south Iceland.

Located near one of the most popular waterfalls in the country, Skógafoss, it has exhibitions on fisheries, agriculture, handicrafts, natural history and transport. It contains 15,000 artefacts, spread across six buildings.

Entrance is 2000 ISK for adults, 1500 ISK for seniors, 1000 ISK for children 12-17, and free for those younger. 

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