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There’s a great deal of art to be seen in Reykjavik, and that’s excluding its vibrant street art. In fact, city cardholders are able to get into many of the Art Museums Reykjavik for free. Follow our Bluehouse Blog for more.
Are you up for an entertaining activity that the whole family can enjoy? Here at the Blue House Blog, we have the perfect solution for you: Reykjavik Zoo.
Trekking is for sure one of the fun physical activities that you can do while enjoying the breath-taking Icelandic scenery. Blue House Blog has prepared a list of best trekking spots in South Iceland for you!
Besides the impressive glaciers and the beautiful aurora lights, Iceland harbours more of nature’s beauty. Say hello to the most charming creatures on this majestic island and read on to find out where to see puffins.
Are you a lover of the macabre? Visit the witchcraft museum in Hólmavík, Iceland to learn about the country’s history with sorcery. Follow the Blue House Blog for more.
The Iceland Penis Musem is, erm, a very informative and detailed museum. Explore the anatomy of over 200 different animals. Keep up with the Bluehouse Blog for more.
The Maritime Museum Reykjavik is a unique way to learn about how this country was built, and how fishing is an intrinsic part of Icelandic culture. Follow the Bluehouse...
Being a city of history and culture, Reykjavik hosts a number of inviting museums. Here are some of our personal favourites. Keep up with the Bluehouse Blog for more.
The National Museum of Iceland is for lovers of history looking to discover more about Iceland’s rich past. Don’t forget to check out our other posts on the Bluehouse...
The Saga Museum Reykjavik highlights important moments in Icelandic history, plus the hardships early settlers had to deal with. Follow the Blue House Blog for more.
This collection of artwork and artefacts surrounding the abundant Iceland volcano is a way to get in touch with this island’s natural beauty. Follow our Bluehouse Blog for more...
Explore indoor ice caves, and a simulation of Aurora, or the Northern Lights. The Perlan Museum Iceland also offers a 360-degree observation deck, which is one of the best...