Reykjavík Art Museum is a leading art museum in Iceland, housed in three distinct buildings in central Reykjavík—Hafnarhús, Kjarvalsstaðir, and Ásmundarsafn. The Museum regularly exhibits works by three of Iceland’s most renowned artists; Erró, Kjarval, and Ásmundur Sveinsson. In addition, the work of current notables, art canons and newcomers are presented in the three different venues.
Guided tours for groups on opening hours from Monday to Friday.
Price ISK 18.000 + admission ISK 1650 per person.
If there are 10 or more people in the group, the price is ISK 18.000 + 1100 per person.
Guided tours for groups on weekends or after opening hours costs ISK 35.000 + admission.
To order a guided tour please contact email@example.com or call (+354) 4116400.
The admission ticket is valid for 24 hours for Hafnarhús, Kjarvalsstaðir and Ásmundur Sveinsson Sculpture Museum.
Easter opening hours
Easter Sunday, 1 April: closed
The Reykjavík Art Museum Annual Pass offers access to all exhibitions and events taking place at the Museum, unless otherwise stated. The pass, which is valid for one year, also includes a 10% discount in our museum shops and cafés. The Annual Pass is available for purchase at the front desk in all three museum buildings. Price: Annual Pass ISK 4400 / Annual Pass +1 ISK 6500 / Annual Pass <28 years old ISK 3900. Valid for one year.
Reykjavík Culture Pass offers great value for money and gives you access to some of the city’s most significant and historic cultural attractions. The card, which is valid for one year, gives free entry to The Reykjavík Art Museum; Hafnarhús, Kjarvalsstaðir and Ásmundarsafn, The Reykjavik City Museum; Árbær Open Air Museum and the Settlement Exhibition. Price ISK 6000, valid for one year. More information www.menningarkort.is.
Disability Access is very good at Hafnarhús and Kjarvalsstaðir and wheelchairs can be borrowed in both buildings. Due to the design of the building access to Ásmundarsafn is not as good. Please contact (+354) 4116430 for further information.
Prams, buggies and lockers At the reception in Hafnarhús and Kjarvalsstaðir guests can borrow pushchairs and store their belongings in lockers. Prams, backpacks, large bags, umbrellas and other large items are not allowed in the galleries for security reasons.
Photography Guests are allowed to take pictures for personal use, unless stated otherwise. However the use of flash and tripods is prohibited.
Rules of conduct Visitors are kindly asked not to touch the works of art on display. Eating and drinking is not permitted in the exhibition spaces. Kjarvalsstaðir and Hafnarhús have cafeterias where visitors can sit and enjoy refreshments and beverages on offer.
Animals are prohibited in the museum, apart from guide dogs.