Event Programme at Reykjavík City Museum

May-August 2019

ÁRBÆR OPEN AIR MUSEUM

Thu 23 May ancient roots – a one hour guided tour with Archaeologist in Icelandic at 20:00

Sun 2 June Life on the shore – Seaman’s' Day 13:00-16:00

Wed 5 June Puppet Show at 14:00

Sun 9 June Life in the village 13:00-16:00

Sun 16 June the Icelandic Handcrafts Day 13:00-16:00

Mon 17 June Iceland's National Day Celebrations 13:00-16:00

Sun 23 June Midsummer Yoga & Gong Relaxation

Sun 23 June Midsummer Sunset Walk at 22:30 to midnight

Sun 30 June Household Chores! 13:00-16:00. Mass at 14:00

Sun 7 Jule Rock and roll 13:00-16:00

Tue 9 July Puppet Show 14:00

Sun 14 July Accordion Festival & Haymaking Sunday 13:00-16:00

Thu 18 July the Icelandic Sheepdog Day 14:00-16:00

Sun 21 July the Domestic Animal Day 13:00-16:00

Sun 28 July Fantastic Creature Work Shop 13:00-16:00

Sun 4 Aug Come and play! 13:00-16:00 Mass at 11:00

Sun 11 Aug Chess Tournament 14:00-1600

Sun 11 Aug Archaeologists enlighten guests about the Ancient roots of the farm Árbær 14:00-1600

Thu 15 Aug Special Family Day to celebrate 100 years anniversary of Fíh

Sun 18. Aug A busy day at the farm 13:00-16:00. Mass at 14:00

Sun 25 Aug Autumn chores 13:00-16:00. Mass at 14:00

 

VIÐEY

Sun 16 June Medicinal Herbs Harvesting on Viðey Island 15:30

Fös 21 June Summer Solstice Walk 20:00-23:00

Sun 30 June Guided Walk around the Island in Icelandic at 13:30

Sun 14 July Yoga and gong relaxation 13:30

Sun 28 July Guided bird watching13:30

Sun 11 August Children's Day 13:00-16:00

No Caraway harvesting this year due to unforeseen circumstances.

 

Evening Walks in Icelandic

Thu 27 June Aðalstræti - the beginning of the settlement at 20:00

Thu 11 July Reykjavik Safari at 20:00

Thu 18 July Walk around Reykjavik at 20:00

Thu 15 August Reykjavík Punk at 20:00

Thu 22 August about Reykjavík in1890-1920 at 20:00      

 

Festival of the Sea

Weekend 1-2 June Festival of the Sea at Reykjavík Maritime Museum

 

Culture Night

Sat 24 August Fun programme at Reykjavík Maritime Museum, The Settlement Exhibition and Reykjavík Museum of Photography. More information later.