arts & culture
Museums, pools, skiing and fun! Here you'll find some of the best things to do in Reykjavík all year round.
What do you want to explore next?
- Swimming Pools Swimming is healthy and relieves a grove.
- Collections Books or art, what do you want to explore first?
- Events and festivals Hi, ho and jibi jeij!
- Awards, Grants and Recognition Do you have a good idea?
- Sports and Outdoor Activities Something for everyone, no matter what you want to do.
- The other House Housing available to homeless people.
There are few things better for mental, physical, and social health than the outdoors and exercise. Swimming is free in Reykjavik for all people ages 67 and over. Here is information about the City's pools, and their accessibility.
There is always plenty to see and do in Reykjavik! The museums of the City of Reykjavik represent strong work in various fields of culture and art.
Cultural map of Reykjavik
Your access to the cultural life of the city. Included in the map are 14 museums, 50+ exhibitions, 300+ events, library certificates, as well as a number of offers.
The city map
The city map is a great, convenient and economical way to experience our city. The city card provides free access to a number of museums and swimming pools, as well as being valid as a bus entrance fee within the capital and for the Vedas Ferry.
Events and festivals
Reykjavik City hosts a number of events and festivals all year round.
Awards, Grants and Recognition
The City of Reykjavik provides a large number of grants for various cultural issues
Sports and Outdoor Activities
Come out to play! A wide range of exercise and outdoor activities support good physical and mental health.
Markings on historical monuments and areas within the city limits of Reykjavik make the city's experience more enjoyable for city residents and visitors, as well as providing education on the history of the capital.
The signs include knowledge about human life, history, art, and literature related to the place in question, as well as video footage.