The Saga Center

  • Ticket Price: Free
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The Saga Center - Review

During your vacation plans to Iceland, you should also consider visiting The Saga Center located in the city of Hvolsvöllur. You can cross check the address and the exact location from the map given on this page. In case of any troubles reaching The Saga Center, or confusion regarding the visiting hours you can also call on the number provided.

While planning your visit, be sure to check if a ticket needs to be purchased for visiting The Saga Center and also account for the usual time required to cover the place so that you do not miss out on anything. You can also explore the various tours offered by our partners on this page which would help enhance your experience of Hvolsvöllur.

Being well connected, The Saga Center has bus station(s) and railway station(s) nearby and if you prefer to use your own vehicle, information on gas stations and parking lots can also be found on this page.

On your visit to The Saga Center, you can also pay a visit to the Tourist Information Center and Public safety station for more information on the place. You can alternatively use our Hvolsvöllur trip planner to explore the nearby areas to plan the day perfectly. Areas near The Saga Center, Hvolsvöllur also has easy access to public essentials such as Pharmacies, ATMs and Banks and Internet Cafes, details of which can be seen on this page.

There are also a lot of options for the foodies near The Saga Center. From places offering quick bite foods such as pizzas and burgers to multi-cuisine restaurant’s, you will not regret visiting this place. There are also some specialty food places offering steaks, barbeques, sea food etc. In case you want to have it light, you can visit any of the dessert and coffee places available which should leave you content with the variety in their offerings. In case you are one of the kind who prefers a drink where ever they go, there is also an option to go to bars, breweries, cafes and hotel lounges. Also check other things to do in Hvolsvöllur nearby that can be covered in case you still have time left to kill.

There are many accommodation options ranging from budget to luxury available near The Saga Center, Hvolsvöllur. To avail the best hotel deals, you can go to our hotels section and look for hotels powered by our partners.

Make sure you also go through a couple of reviews on this page to get a fair idea of what you have planned to visit. You can also refer to some of the trip plans people have made when visiting The Saga Center and Hvolsvöllur. This will help you account for some other places which might have skipped while planning your trip. Check out our country trip planner to start planning your own trip or Hvolsvöllur vacation packages to get more ideas.

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Things to Know Before Visiting The Saga Center

  • 95% of people who visit Hvolsvöllur include The Saga Center in their plan

  • 31.43% of people start their The Saga Center visit around 11 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see The Saga Center

Wednesday, Friday and Sunday

74.29% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The Saga Center

People normally club together Ormsvöllur and Sláturfélag Suðurlands while planning their visit to The Saga Center.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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The Saga Center, Hvolsvöllur Reviews

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  • Looks cool but neither entrance was open at 4pm on a Friday. I see the last 3 reviews say about the same.

  • I don't know when this place is open. I showed up at 7 pm on a Tuesday. The website for the tapestry said they were open on Tuesday evenings, but I suppose I was to make an appointment.

  • We arrived on Sunday, May 13, when the museum was to open, at 10am, but the museum was closed. We waited around for over 10 minutes past 10am, and still it was not open, no lights on inside. Very disappointed.

  • Drove two hours to come here and it's closed on Friday 2:55 PM.

  • Excellent exhibit with great illustrations & just the right amount of detail conveyed in a way that most age groups will get something from it, without being too troubled by harsh details of Njáls Saga. The epic Njáls textile project underway and already dozens of yards long, is also worth a look, as is the adjacent local museum.

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