It cost us $26 dollars Canadian with the exchange rate. We were a bit reluctant at that price but we went in anyway. It was very informative and the skeletons of the whales were amazing. Go see it.
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Another nice nerdy place to go in Husavik. You can spend hours reading about all aspects of whales (and whaling), and the carcass exhibition (included a Blue Whale!) is fascinating. Great kids spaces too!
I went on a whale watching tour before walking around in the museum, and it was definitely a nice experience. I think the museum is an outstanding place to learn all about whales, and I loved every minute of my time in there. I recommend...More
The whale museum was really interesting. Free coffee available inside, nice loos and shop on the subject. There were about 8 skeletons of different types of whale on display which put it all in perspective. Nice videos and pictures. Could really have done with a...More
We didn't have time for a whale watching tour but did stop at the Whale Museum for about 30 minutes. It was great! So much information about whales and so many skeletons so you could really picture these beautiful beasts. There is a small gift...More
My husband and I needed to pass some time while waiting for our whale watching tour and this was the perfect spot. The exhibits go on and on - all very interesting. The staff was extremely friendly too. It's a great primer before going out...More
Our stop in Husavik gave us both sun and rain, and when the latter came we visited the wonderful whale museum. Don't let the outside of the building scare you away; it is definitely worth a visit. You get a fun museum experience and a...More
We were on an escorted trip. While all the others were going on a whale watching trip, we decided to come here. The entrance ticket ten months ago was ISK1500. We got a senior discount!. A whale made of wooden boards flopped at the entrance....More
The Husavik Whale Museum is beautifully designed and very informative. The highlight is the blue whale skeleton, lying on its back as it was found, it is profoundly moving, the bones of its flipper easily recognisable as the same we all have in our arm...More