The Reykjavik City Museums mission statement

The Reykjavík City Museum collects and conserves objects from Reykjavík cultural history and carries out research on them, and promulgates knowledge of the history and living conditions of the people of Reykjavík from the Settlement Age to the present day. The objective of the Museum’s work is to enhance interest, understanding and respect for the history of Reykjavík, and to ensure that everyone has access to the city’s cultural heritage.

 




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Events


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Árbæjarsafn fagnar Sumardeginum fyrsta | 20.04.2015

Árbæjarsafn verður opið sumardaginn fyrsta frá kl. 13-17 og er frítt inn fyrir alla í tilefni dagsins. Í boði er fjölbreytt dagskrá í tengslum við Barnamenningarhátíð í Reykjavík.


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Barnamenningarhátíð á Borgarsögusafni 2015 | 10.04.2015

At Árbær Open Air Museum there will be a children‘s festival with all sorts of fun activities for families. You can join a parade around the museum with a brass band and enjoy a children‘s concert inside a house called Lækjargata.


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Opening hours at the Open Air Museum | 27.03.2015

The Museum will be closed on Good Friday and Easter Sunday but regular guided tours are every other day at 1 pm. The Museum is closed apart for the guided tour.

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