Entry ticket to The National Museum

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Sudurgata 41, Reykjavik
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2-3 hours

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Are you ready for an unforgettable adventure through time? Get ready to discover the rich cultural heritage and captivating history of Iceland at the National Museum's "Making of a Nation" exhibition.

This incredible exhibition boasts over 2,000 objects and 1,000 photographs that will give you a unique insight into what makes Iceland so special. From the bravery of the early settlers who braved the treacherous seas to the modern-day global hub that is Iceland, "Making of a Nation" takes you on a captivating journey through Iceland's fascinating evolution.

Through the exhibition, you'll witness the Icelandic people's determination, resourcefulness, and ingenuity as they build a strong sense of identity and community. It's an immersive experience that showcases the rich and diverse cultural heritage of this amazing country.

Discover how Iceland has managed to maintain its unique identity despite the challenges it has faced throughout history. It's a thought-provoking exploration of what it means to be a nation and a must-see for anyone interested in Iceland's history and cultural heritage.

Don't miss out on the chance to experience the incredible story of Iceland's past and present at the National Museum of Iceland. So, come and join us for an adventure of a lifetime!


Ready for an adventure? Step into Iceland's fascinating past and present at the National Museum's "Making of a Nation" exhibition. With over 2,000 objects and 1,000 photographs, you'll witness the incredible story of how the Icelandic people built a unique identity through resilience and determination. Don't miss out on this immersive and captivating experience!

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the "Making of a Nation" exhibition about?

Ans: The "Making of a Nation" exhibition tells the incredible story of Iceland's cultural heritage and evolution. Through over 2,000 objects and 1,000 photographs, visitors can witness how Iceland has evolved from its early settlers to a modern-day global hub.

Q: Where is the National Museum of Iceland located?

Ans: The National Museum of Iceland is located in the heart of Reykjavik, Iceland's vibrant capital city, making it an easily accessible and must-see destination.

Q: Is the exhibition suitable for children?

Ans: Absolutely! The exhibition is designed to be interactive and engaging for all ages, with plenty of hands-on experiences that will excite and educate children.

Q: How long does the exhibition take to go through?

Ans: The duration of the exhibition depends on the visitor's pace and interest level. Some visitors may complete the exhibition in a few hours, while others may spend longer taking in all the fascinating artifacts and stories.

Q: Is the museum accessible to people with disabilities?

Ans: Yes, the National Museum of Iceland is fully accessible to people with disabilities, with wheelchair access, lifts, and audio induction loops for visitors with hearing difficulties.

Q: Can visitors take photographs at the exhibition?

Ans: Yes, visitors are welcome to take photographs to document their experience, but the use of flash photography is not permitted in the exhibition to protect the artifacts on display.

Tour Detail

Price: from $17.90

Suggested duration: 2-3 hours

Location: Sudurgata 41, Reykjavik 101 Iceland

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