Tickets for Reykjavik Art Museum
Commune with art in three special locations across the Icelandic capital
- Get cultural with the largest art collection in Iceland, spread across three venues in some of the most charming locations in the capital
- See everything from prehistoric art to exhibitions of up-and-coming local artists in a museum which aims to make art accessible to all.
- Enjoy special collections of works by Erró and Johannes S. Kjarval, and get sculptural at the Ásmundur Sveinsson gallery and park, built in the artist's former home
With three unique locations spread throughout the city, the Reykjavik Art Museum transforms the Icelandic capital into a giant city-wide gallery. From the Hafnarhús to the Ásmundarsafn, you'll get to see some fabulous international collections with an emphasis on Icelandic artists. Regularly updated exhibitions ensure there's always something new and fresh to see.
Wander the capital, and soak up some impressively distinctive art museums along the way!
The Hafnarhús is a renovated harbor warehouse which preserves much of its original architecture. Inside you'll find six galleries, with a collection dedicated to Icelandic pop-artist Erró.
In the Kjarvalsstaðir, you can wander the perfectly stylish gardens of a space specially designed for visual art exhibitions. See exhibitions of graphic design and architecture, as well as a sizeable collection of originals by Johannes S. Kjarval, after whom the museum is named.
Lastly, the Ásmundarsafn should thoroughly scratch your sculpture itch, with a museum and park featuring works by pioneering Icelandic sculptor Ásmundur Sveinsson. It's built in the artist's former home and studio – you can't get artier than that!
- Entrance to Hafnarhús
- Entrance to Kjarvalsstaðir
- Entrance to Ásmundarsafn
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
- Hafnarhús: Bus lines 1, 3, 6, 11, 12, 13 or 14. Metered parking is available close to the museum. A parking garage is also available on Vesturgata 7. Museum address: Tryggvagata 17
- Kjarvalsstaðir. Bus lines 1, 3, 6, 11 or 13. Free parking available. Museum address: Flókagata 24
- Ásmundarsafn: Bus lines 2, 4, 14, 15, 17 or 19. Free parking available. Museum address: Sigtún
At an impressive 3000 m2, the Reykjavik Art Museum is the largest institution dedicated to the visual arts in Iceland, hosting everything from seminars and workshops to leftfield concerts and performance pieces.