Given how small the Faroe Islands are and how few people live there, this is really an impressive museum, both for its natural history collection, the boats, fishing history, archaeology displays and most especially for the beautiful Kirkjubour church pew carvings, which are really impressive. The open air extension is also pleasant. One suggestion to the museum - having the museum's name appear in English outside would make it easier to find, we were wondering whether the open-air exhibit was a village or just a private homestead having passed it several times going elsewhere.
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