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Skogar Museum in Southern Iceland, is a cultural heritage collection of more than 15,000 regional folk craft artifacts exhibited in 3 museums and 6 historical buildings. One minute from Skogar Waterfall, just off Ring Road 1, 30 km west of Vík and 150 km east of Reykjavík.

Skogar Museum
Skogasafn 1 (Museum Way)
Skogar, 861 South Iceland

Tel: +354 487 8845

booking@skogasafn.is

 
Admission 2017

Adults: 2000 ISK
The entrance fee includes access to the 6 museum indoor / outdoor buildings and a brochure.

Students/ senior: 1500 ISK

Children 12 - 17 years: 1000 ISK

Free admission for children under 12 (accompanied by adult).

For group reservations and guided tours please email booking@skogasafn.is or call +354 487 8845.

Guided tours are available upon by reservation in English, German and Icelandic. Sometimes there is the opportunity to have guided tours in French, Spanish, Norwegian and Danish.

Tour times are from opening time up to 1 hour before closing time.

Opening Hours

June, July, August: 09 - 18

September to May: 10 - 17

Contact

Telephone +354 487 8845

booking@skogasafn.is

Guided tours

Guided tours are available upon by reservation in English, German and Icelandic. Sometimes there is the opportunity to have guided tours in French, Spanish, Norwegian and Danish.

Tour times are from opening time up to 1 hour before closing time.

For group reservations and guided tours please email booking@skogasafn.is or call +354 487 8845.