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. Works are also presented in the three different venues from key figures, as well as established and emerging current artists.

Hafnarhús

Opening hours
10.00-17.00
Thursdays
10.00-22.00

Kjarvalsstaðir

Opening hours
10.00-17.00

Ásmundarsafn

Opening hours
May–September 10:00–17:00
Oktober–April 13:00–17:00

Admission
Adults
1840 ISK
Students
1100 ISK
Children under 18
Free
Visitors with disabilities
Free

Guided tours for groups
ISK 20.000 + admission ISK 1840 per person. If there are 10 or more people in the group, the price is ISK 20.000 + 1100 per person.

Guided tours for groups outside of opening hours
30 people or less: total price ISK 55.350 (admission included). 30+ people: total price ISK 73.800 (admission included). Light refreshments upon request.
To order a guided tour, please contact fraedsludeild at reykjavik.is or call (+354) 411 6400.

The admission ticket is valid for 24 hours in Reykjavík Art Museum's three buildings – Hafnarhús, Kjarvalsstaðir and Ásmundarsafn.

Solo ticket for Ásmundarsafn ISK 1100.

Café and restaurant Klambrar Bistro at Kjarvalsstaðir, tel. (+354) 411 6425.

COVID-19
Due to gathering restrictions, only ten visitors can stay in the museums at a time. To make it easier for visitors to view the museum's exhibitions, it is possible to book a visit to Hafnarhús or Kjarvalsstaðir at a pre-determined time online. However, guests are welcome to come without notice, but booked guests have priority in order and each booking is valid for one hour:

Hafnarhús – REGISTER NOW
Kjarvalsstaðir – REGISTER NOW

Ásmundarsafn –​ Sculpture Museum is closed until the beginning of February 2021 due to changes and renovation. 

Opening hours at Christmas and New Year

Hafnarhús
Closed: 24 and 25 December
Open: 26 Dec. 13-17h00
Open: 31 Dec. 10-14h00
Open: 1 January 13-17h00

Kjarvalsstaðir
Closed: 24, 25 and 31 December, and 1 January
Open: 26 December 13.–17h00

Ásmundarsafn
CLOSED

Easter opening hours

Reykjavík Art Museum is closed on Easter Sunday. Otherwise open as usual.

Buses and parking
 
Hafnarhús, Tryggvagata 17
Parking garage at Hafnartorg and Vesturgata  7.
Buses no. 1, 3, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14.
 
Kjarvalsstaðir, Flókagata 24
Free parking.
Buses no. 1, 3, 6, 11, 13.
 
Ásmundarsafn, Sigtún
Free parking.
Buses no. 2, 5, 14, 15, 17.
Árskort Listasafns Reykjavíkur

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 5% in the Café at Kjarvalsstaðir. The Annual Pass is available for purchase at the front desk in all three museum buildings. 
Price: Annual Pass ISK 4.500 / Annual Pass +1 ISK 6.800 / Annual Pass <28 years old ISK 3.900. 

 

Menningarkort Reykjavíkur

Reykjavik City Card offers free entry to Reykjavik Art Museum and is available for purchase at the front desk in all three-museum buildings. Furthermore, Reykjavik City Card offers free entry to all other City and National museums and galleries, all swimming pools in Reykjavik and free unlimited travel by bus within the Reykjavik Capital Area. Also included is the Viðey Island ferry and discounts on various tours, in shops and on services.
Price: 24-hour card ISK 4.000, 48-hour card ISK 5.600 and 72-hour ISK 6.900. 

Disability Access is very good at Hafnarhús and Kjarvalsstaðir and wheelchairs can be borrowed in both buildings.

Prams, buggies and lockers At 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.

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. There is a restaurant at Kjarvalsstaðir and in Hafnarhús we offer free coffee.

Animals are prohibited in the museum, apart from guide dogs.