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The Icelandic Wartime Museum

At the Icelandic Wartime Museum you can travel back to the days of the 2nd World War and the military occupation of Reyðarfjordur. The museum gives a vivid insight into life during the war. The focus is on the impact of the occupation on the Icelandic people.

Hours of Operation & Admission

Hours of Operation: Open summer 1 pm-5 pm or by agreement

Contact Museum

Address: Spítalakampur við Hæðargerði , 730 Reyðarfjörður
Primary Phone: +354 470-9063
Secondary Phone:

Museum Features

Wheelchair Access

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