Whales of Iceland, Reykjavik

3.3
Specialty Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
The Whales of Iceland exhibit is the largest exhibition of its kind in Europe, and possibly the world.

The Whales of Iceland exhibition is located at Fiskislod 23-25, in Reykjavik’s harbor area. Getting there on foot from downtown Reykjavik is easy and enjoyable and there is also plenty of parking available.



After the giant experience guests can enjoy refreshments at our café and browse our Whales of Iceland gift-shop.

We are looking forward to seeing you and hope you have a wonderful experience.

Admission:

Adults - 2900 ISK

Children ages 7-15 - 1500 ISK

Children under 7 - Free Admission

Family Ticket - 5800 ISK

more details can be found at www.whalesoficeland.is

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Hvalir Íslands er stærsta sýning sinnar tegundar í Evrópu og mögulega í heiminum öllum. Markmið okkar er að veita gestum okkar einstaka upplifun, veita þeim innsýn í heim hvalanna og að þeir kveðji okkur fullir fróðleiks um þessar stórkostlegu skepnur.

Verðskrá:

Fullorðinn 2.900kr

Börn 7-15 ára 1.500kr

Ellilífeyrisþegar 2.000kr

Fjölskylduverð* 5.900ISK

*Tveir fullorðnir og 2 börn

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  • The place is very small and there’s not much to see. My children and I were very disappointed. The most important thing we came to see was the VR experience and it was closed. Nothing on the website.....  more »
  • Real size models of whales. Audio guides available, interactive parts of exhibition. We really enjoyed this unique experience.  more »
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  • Great walk between the sea giants. Gives you a better view of what/who they are. Don't bypass the movie in the fin whale room. Disturbing but necessary. Great great staff, also.
  • Great exhibit to learn about whales. You can use their voice guided tour or download the app and use your own device/headphones too. Allow at the very least 45 minutes but it could last 2 hours if you like to read more about all of the whales. Very kid friendly!

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