The National Gallery of Iceland (Icelandic: Listasafn Íslands [ˈlɪstaˌsapn ˈistlan(t)s]) is an art museum in Reykjavík which contains a collection of Icelandic art. The gallery features artwork of famous Icelandic artists and artwork that helps explain the traditional Icelandic culture.
|Monday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
Vitalij Spakov | Apr 5, 2018
Pretty small gallery, full of modern art. Worth to visit if you like stuff like this. But I you or any of your companions not really fond of this art style you can definitely skip it as you won't loose too much. It is free if you got "City Card" that you can get from official visitors center. Currently you can see exhibition called "Rules of the Game". See photo for more detailed description
Mary Neubaum | May 19, 2018
Clean, close to the airport, with a booked stay you can park car,shuttle to and from departure of air flight and trip. Suits, connect rooms, cookies, coffee. AM breakfast. Near by restaurants on walking or take a taxi to good Chinese at New Star,,or Russell's barbeque for beef,chicken or pork. Not far is popular Jean and Jude Vienna dog and homemade fries. M.N
Austin White | May 4, 2018
Nice museam. Much of the artwork was modern and Geometrical based. Some very interesting outliers however. The place is quite small, so temper expectations if you're used to larger art installations.
Lesley Thwaites | Jan 23, 2018
Very disappointing. One of the rooms was closed and that I think was the room that had a more traditional art on display. Only 2 rooms were open and the basement. I wish that when 25% of the museum is closed that they should inform you before you pay the admission fee. All displayed, are what I would loosely describe as modern "art". We were only in there for around 15 mins, as this form of "art" is of no interest to me what so ever. On a positive note, it is bright and airy. If you like modern art and understand how these sort of paintings, sculptures and videos get into a National Art Gallery then this is just up your street.
Jeremy Kun | Jun 26, 2018
A lovely gallery with all kinds of interesting art. Buying a ticket also gets you admission to two other galleries around town.
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