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Icelandic Phallological Museum

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Laugavegur 116, Reykjavik 105, Iceland
+354 561 6663
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Went for a laugh, not dissapointed.

Although there is an actual educational aspect to this museum, it was hard to stay focused while... read more

Reviewed yesterday
TTcheeser
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Port Saint Lucie, Florida
One of a Kind!

Where else in the world is there a penis museum? Started by a local Icelander, this museum holds... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
ahendren
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Vancouver, Canada
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The museum is in a 250 square meters location on the ground floor on the upper part of the main shopping street in Reykjavik. Good accessability for wheelchairs. Bathroom facilities. A small giftstore with souvenirs related to the museums chosen theme. Online store at website.
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Laugavegur 116, Reykjavik 105, Iceland
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Reviewed yesterday

Although there is an actual educational aspect to this museum, it was hard to stay focused while walking among scrotum lighting fixtures and penises sticking out of the walls. We went in because... how do you not.... It's a small building on the main strip...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago

Where else in the world is there a penis museum? Started by a local Icelander, this museum holds penis artifacts from all sorts of whales, horses, mice - from the smallest to the largest. And there are a couple of human specimens, donated by locals....More

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Reviewed 5 days ago

We came for the giggles, but enjoyed the biology, mythology and sociology lessons as bonuses. Definitely more than I was expecting.

Thank Jessica T
Reviewed 5 days ago

We went on the 6th Nov 2017 and well, it 100% was full of willies, thats for sure, I thought I would be rather grown up about it being 26 but as soon as I went in there I just giggled, my son who was...More

Thank P Y
Reviewed 1 week ago

We popped in here purely out of interest! It is quite gross really, but if you’re a scientist or zoologist or have a strange desire to see phalluses then it’s the place to go. We said we were pensioners even though we weren’t and saved...More

Thank shamwo
Reviewed 1 week ago

We thought this would be a light hearted place to visit, but we found it macarbe. Most of the exhibits were in jars, cut out of mammals/animals, with promises from humans that they would have their specimens on their death. We couldn't get out of...More

Thank PinnerSylv
Reviewed 1 week ago

It is no more and no less than what its title conveys. Lots of phalluses from all sorts of creatures, large and small.

Thank Lindsay56789
Reviewed 1 week ago

C'mon it's educational with a bit of fun tossed in. They have an extraordinary amount of specimens. If you took time to carefully examine each one, you'd be there for a long time. However, they have all of it neatly arranged so you can browse...More

Thank Maui Coconut
Reviewed 1 week ago

If you are looking for a unique thing to do in Reykjavik, this is it. I don't think I'd bring children in here as they wouldn't get it. Huge collection of "members" from a variety of animals interspersed with crude comedy. Gift shop is a...More

Thank dinkle50
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

One of our 'must dos' while in Reykjavik was to visit The Phallological Museum. It cost £12 per person, which is average entrance fee for museums in the city centre. Of course, most people were there for the photo opportunities and to have a giggle,...More

Thank thebonbondundee
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RMunn
31 August 2016|
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Admission for adults: 1250 ISK This is the Icelandic currency, so you need to convert it based on your own currency.
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