Whales Of Iceland, Reykjavik
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Whales Of Iceland, Reykjavik - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Fiskislóð 23-25, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
Ticket Price: 2900 ISK
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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Europe’s largest whale exhibition features twenty three life sized foam and steel models of the biggest creatures inhabiting the seas around Iceland. These include dolphins, beluga whales, narwhals, blue whales, sperm whales and orcas. There is also an interactive exhibit that explores the internal physiology of a whale. The exhibit also helps to organise whaling tours if you’re interested. Their VR exhibit plunges you into the marine world of these beasts. In short, this is an incredibly immersive exhibit. The establishment of this exhibit is at least a little political. It’s hoped that this will help move away from Iceland’s image as a whaling nation.
Whales Of Iceland Information
- You can organise private events here.
- Wheelchair accessible.
Whales Of Iceland Ticket Prices
- 7-15 years 1,500 ISK
- Senior citizens 2,000 ISK
- Free for under age of 7
- Families 5,800 ISK
How To reach Whales Of Iceland by Public Transport
- Fiskislod Bus Station
- Grunnslod Bus Station
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If you are keen to expand your whale wisdom I would recommend a visit here whale you are in Iceland. Whale it's not the largest facility, it is whale organized. Whale you are here you can see many extraordinary exhibits. I wish I could have stayed longer but as you whale know, business calls.
Nice display out in the harbour. Getting there by car or bus is recommended. The exhibition takes about 20 min to go through so don’t plan to spend a whole afternoon here.
Neat place. A must stop if you want a relaxing atmosphere. Very informative.
Nice museum to view the different kinds of whales. They are replica's so no whales have been harmed. There are discounts for young and senior people.
Exhibition takes about 30 mins to have a run through with life size whales exhibits. Good information about whales and dolphins alike. Bus 14 is the only public transport close enough getting you to this part of the old habour.
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