Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre stands out as a unique landmark in continuous interplay with its surrounding mountains and the North Atlantic Ocean.


Einar Jónsson Museum

The Einar Jónsson Museum opened in 1923 and is dedicated to the art of Iceland’s first sculptor, Einar Jónsson (1874-1954). The Museum was the first art museum opened in Iceland.


Reykjavík Art Museum

The exhibitions at Reykjavík Art Museum span everything from the historic to works from our times. and from the traditional to the very peripheries of art.


National Gallery of Iceland

The National Gallery of Iceland's main emphasis of the collection is in 19th and 20th-century Icelandic art although international art is featured as well.


National Museum of Iceland

The National Museum will leave your fully enlightened about the making of the Icelandic nation and its history. It is located next to the campus of the University of Iceland.


Culture House

This fascinating exhibition displays the collections of six different cultural institutions; from thousand-year-old treasures to the latest in Icelandic contemporary art.


Whales of Iceland

The unique exhibition is the largest whales exhibition of its kind in the world and consists of 23 man-made and life-size models of the various whale species found in the sea near Iceland.



Bessastaðir is the official residence of the president of Iceland and is located in Álftanes, north of Hafnafjörður and has been the presidential residence since 1941.


Nordic House

Nordic House fosters and supports cultural connections between Iceland and the other Nordic countries along with organizing a diverse program of cultural events and exhibitions.


Imagine Peace Tower

Imagine Peace Tower is an outdoor work of art conceived by Yoko Ono. It is dedicated to the memory of John Lennon and is situated on Viðey Island in Reykjavík.


Sun Voyager

There are many beautiful places to stop and admire the scenery along Reykjavík’s coastline, however, there is one spot has become especially popular, the Sun Voyager.


Reykjavík City Theatre

Reykjavík City Theatre is among Iceland's most prestigious cultural institutions. It stages many new productions annually and hosts collaborations with other theatres.


National Theatre

The National Theatre of Iceland has been a leading institution on the Icelandic theater scene ever since it formally opened on 20 April 1950.


Iceland Symphony Orchestra

The Iceland Symphony Orchestra has distinguished itself as one of the leading Nordic orchestras through its many performances and recordings.


The Icelandic Opera

The Icelandic Opera resides at Harpa Concert Hall and offers its audiences ambitions and versatile programs, along with producing around 2 - 4 operas each season.


The Icelandic Dance Company

The Iceland Dance Company, or ID, is the national institution of Iceland responsible for developing, creating and nurturing contemporary dance and choreography.



MENGI is an operation, created and managed by artists in Reykjavík. It hosts diverse art events, releases music, operates an art store and hosts art exhibitions on a regular basis.