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Reykjavik City Hall

Tjarnargata, Reykjavik 101, Iceland
+354 411 1111
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“relief map” (25 reviews)
“ducks and swans” (11 reviews)
Tjarnargata, Reykjavik 101, Iceland
+354 411 1111
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The city hall interior design is modern and nice, go inside and check it out. The main visitor information center is there. There is a pond behind the City Hall which is beautiful in all seasons and a good place for nice photos. If you...More

Thank Geminican
Reviewed 5 days ago

Interesting from the outside, looks a little like a boat shed, but it is basically an office building that houses a number of travel related and other companies.

Thank VAPilot
Reviewed 1 week ago

Although we didn’t have much time here, it was worth going in to see the lake almost atbeye level through the window.

Thank shamwo
Reviewed 1 week ago

More than just a city hall, this building beautifully set against the lake and featuring a neat bridge and ton of swans is unlike any city hall I've ever seen. But what really sets it apart is the visual attraction in the middle of the...More

Thank Heather V
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Visitors to the town center are welcome to step in and visit the city hall building, which is near the Iceland Parliament Building. The city hall has a large relief map of Iceland that is rolled out when an assembly room is not in use....More

Thank RichmonderCharles
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Swans sliding on the ice nearby was more interesting. Went in, distinctly underwhelming. Not really an attraction to speak of. A municipal building. Tourist info was ok, but didn’t need to use it. Walk on past and walk around the pond and park, look at...More

Thank Isthatyoujohn
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It was interesting to see the voting booth area being set up and the trees with the tags on which Icelanders had written their wishes/visions for Iceland. The pond and the ducks and swans around the building is fun. (It was a very windy day;...More

Thank Ladythrowback
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Staff unfriendly, more interested in fiddling with their computer monitors than speaking to tourists. I had no idea what was there of any interest and the staff their didn't seem interested in anything.

Thank ProfD_12
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I was there after seeing the swans in the lake i went to Went inside so dull no activity only a information counter for tourist

Thank Edward F
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Another modernist building in Reykjavik. A great tourist information centre inside to help you navigate your way around the city and Iceland. Great reflections on the lake. I don’t think that this is a must see on your trip to Reykjavík if you are on...More

Thank Gary B
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