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Located atop the Skolavorduhaed hill in Reykjavik, the Einar Jonsson Museum showcases the complete collection of works by the eponymous Icelandic sculptor.
Located atop the Skolavorduhaed hill in Reykjavik, the Einar Jonsson Museum showcases the complete collection of works by the eponymous Icelandic sculptor. The sculpture garden behind the museum is open has 26 bronze casts of Jonsson's works.
Admission is ISK 600 for adults, ISK 400 for students, disabled persons, and senior citizens over 67 years; and free for children under 18 years.
Eiríksgata, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
+354 551 3797
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