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SNORRABRAUT 37
REYKJAVÍK
ICELAND 105
+354 518 4000

Tales from Iceland is an exhibition on Iceland and Icelanders. It is set up on two floors, a nature exhibition on the lower level and a news exhibition on the upper level.

The nature exhibition, produced from actual tourist videos, portrays the country in the eyes of foreigners travelling in Iceland, how they experienced its nature and what they thought of its inhabitants

The news exhibition, produced from actual TV news, brings life to breaking news of the past. It covers the art, sports, international issues, the weather, the ocean, the music and many other topics of interest from our 343,960 people population.

Tales from Iceland is an exhibition on Iceland and Icelanders. It is set up on two floors, a nature exhibition on the lower level and a news exhibition on the upper level. The nature exhibition, produced from actual tourist videos, portrays the country in the eyes of foreigners travelling in Iceland, how they experienced its nature and what they thought of its inhabitants. The news exhibition, produced from actual TV news, brings life to breaking news of the past. It covers the art, sports, international issues, the weather, the ocean, the music and many other topics of interest from our 343,960 people population.

Tales from Iceland is an exhibition on Iceland and Icelanders. It is set up on two floors, a nature exhibition on the lower level and a news exhibition on the upper level.

The nature exhibition, produced from actual tourist videos, portrays the country in the eyes of foreigners travelling in Iceland, how they experienced its nature and what they thought of its inhabitants

The news exhibition, produced from actual TV news, brings life to breaking news of the past. It covers the art, sports, international issues, the weather, the ocean, the music and many other topics of interest from our 343,960 people population.

 

The exhibition is based on short videos, typically 3-4 minutes long, each of which runs constantly on one of 14 exhibition screens. The screens are up 100” in diameter and are synchronized, so all videos starts exactly at the same time, however, guests are able to go between screens in any order they prefer.

The exhibition is based on short videos, typically 3-4 minutes long, each of which runs constantly on one of 14 exhibition screens. The screens are up 100” in diameter and are synchronized, so all videos starts exactly at the same time, however, guests are able to go between screens in any order they prefer.

The screens are all high quality (4K resolution) and each is connected to several speakers that hang from the ceiling in front of the screen. A sound cloud is formed under the speakers, eliminating the need for use of headphones. The videos are narrated and subtitled in English.

The screens are all high quality (4K resolution) and each is connected to several speakers that hang from the ceiling in front of the screen. A sound cloud is formed under the speakers, eliminating the need for use of headphones. The videos are narrated and subtitled in English.

The exhibition is open all days from 9 am to 5 pm
2018 holiday opening hours: Please see our Facebook page.

Admission fee:

  • ISK 2,200 Adults
  • ISK 1,100 Children / Between 6 and 16 Years
  • Free Children / Under 6 Years
  • ISK 5,000 Family regardless of how many of children

A typical visit will take between one and one and a half hour.
Please contact us for group availability.

 

The exhibition is open all days from 9 am to 5 pm
2018 holiday opening hours: See our Facebook page.

Admission fee:

  • ISK 2,200 Adults
  • ISK 1,100 Children / Between 6 and 16 Years
  • Free Children / Under 6 Years
  • ISK 5,000 Family regardless of how many children

A typical visit will take between one and one and a half hour.
Please contact us for group availability.

The exhibition is open all days except Thursdays, from 9 am to 9 pm.
Admission fee is ISK 2,600 for adults, ISK 1,300 for children between 6 and 16 years of age. Children under 6 are free of charge. Family price to the exhibition is ISK 6,500 regardless of the number of children.
A typical visit will take between one and one and a half hour.
For the time being, tickets are not available online and no individual reservations can be made. Please contact us for group availability.

The exhibition is operated by Tales from Iceland ehf., co. id. 700317-1450. Managing director is Jón Gunnar Bergs, Operating manager is Gunnhildur Gunnarsdóttir. For further information, please do not hesitate to contact us at (+354) 518-4000 or info(at)talesfromiceland.is. We look forward to welcoming you to our shows!