The museum is not at all what you expect. No random items which are not linked together without any purpose. This place connects everything into a compact story, best enjoyed with the curator who is the most knowledgeable explorer I have ever met. You will find out about the expeditions into the Arctic, the gear they had available, the hard times they had to endure and what fate they faced at the end. The maps will tell you the story of a mysterious island which has disappeared and the always changing landscape Iceland has. If you have time, allocate two or three hours for the visit. Entry fee is low and the ticket lasts a lifetime!
And they really serve the cheapest (and yummiest) lunch in Iceland!
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