The Skógar Folk Museum is a cultural heritage collection of more than 15,000 regional folk craft artifacts.
Skogar Museum is 1 minute from Skogar Waterfall, just off the Ring Road, 30 km west of Vík and 150 km east of Reykjavík.
Open Air Museum
The Skógar Open Air Museum has a large site, which includes examples of many periods of Icelandic architectural history.
Explore the history and evolution of transport, communication and technologies in the 19th & 20th centuries.
Skogar Museum has an eclectic collection of artefacts including an Open Air Museum where guests can experience Icelandic architectural heritage.
Great place to visit a hobbit-like environment exhibiting early Icelandic life. Very well done museum and exhibits.
Our second visit.
1Bubba2015 - New York City
Tools, instruments, artefacts used in fishing and farming. This is an amazing museum with a knowledgeable staff that turns this into a living example of what occurred here since the days of the Viking.
This should not be missed.
BrittanyBoy - Kingston, Canada