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Saga Museum
Reykjavik

The Sagamuseum transports you to the Viking Age and brings back to life renowned figures and major events in Icelandic history. The Museum is located in Perlan Reykjavík and is open every day from 10 am to 6 pm.

Visitors to the museum are guided through the museum's many attractions as well as through a chronoliogical history of the country.

Read more about the Saga Museum here.
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