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Einar Jonsson Museum (Listasafn Einars Jonssonar)

Eiriksgata, Reykjavik, Iceland
+354 551 3797
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Eiriksgata, Reykjavik, Iceland
+354 551 3797
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Reviewed today via mobile

If you love art and sculpture in particular this is a must visit. One of the most incredible artists I have ever seen. Prolific and so incredibly beautiful. Well worth your time. We went twice because the first time we had not gone inside had...More

Thank Elizabeth S
Reviewed 3 days ago

An amazing museum, gallery, and sculpture garden that should not be added to your cultural itinerary of Reykjavik! The range of work by one artist is outstanding and the viewer can learn a lot about the Symbolist style. Visit the sculpture garden at different times...More

Thank donnabeaudin
Reviewed 1 week ago

I have been here a few times. this time the renos were done on the pathways. the tourists don't really know of this stop so it is quite and you can look around and there is just the cats

Thank organicgirl48
Reviewed 1 week ago

You will be visiting the church anyway so take an hour to visit here. There is a free sculpture garden with bronze casts to wander through but the real delights are in the 3 storey museum. 2 floors of dramatic sculpture and plaster originals that...More

Thank marekw
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The museum hosts two stories of Einar Jonsson's work, one story of his personal apartment, and a free sculpture garden. The artist has a very distinct and thoughtful style with pieces with varying themes, media, and sizes. The museum is the perfect size to be...More

Thank Erin B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I did not go into the museum, but I did stroll through the free sculpture garden which had some amazing works. They all shared this often strange combination of norse (pagan) and christian symbolism, which underlies a lot of Icelandic art. Be sure to look...More

Thank frankv69
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Beautiful sculpture set in a lovely park that is amazingly quiet considering how close it is to the road that passes down the front of the city. Lovely view of the front and sadly the roadworks outside Harpa currently. It is still a lovely place...More

Thank Sian T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Excellent sculpture museum and preserved artist's apartment on the top floor. Nice sculpture garden. Easy to find and centrally located. About an hour to see.

Thank Joseph M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We were glad we visited this museum which is the house were Einar Jonsson lived in. It contains all of his designs and sculptures which are very interesting. Worth a visit if you like art and design .

Thank alibobsManchester
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

The Jonsson Museum is located right next to the main museum and is well worth your time. Although Jonsson was VERY prolific, the museum visit doesn't take much time. His sculptures and paintings are striking and provocative. The sculpture garden is free, but the museum...More

Thank Julie B
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2 July 2015|
Response from ShaunH290 |
The garden is free. June 1 - Sept 15 (2016 at least) open all day (10am to 5pm) except Mondays according to the sign at the entrance in April 2016.