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Hosting all kinds of cultural events and educational programs for people of
all ages. Cultural centers are located in most parts of the country.

Æðarsetur Íslands
The Icelandic Eider Center is a modern museum and knowledge center which invites visitors to learn about the eider duck and the fascinating methods of eiderdown farming in the past and present.  Located in the town of Stykkishólmur on Breiðafjörður bay, home of large Eider duck breeding grounds and the most extensive eider farming world wide. Opening hours:Summer: daily 13:00-17:00Winter: open for groups upon agreement. Please book in advance.
The Settlement Center
Family friendly restaurant Curiosity is not the only hunger you can satisfy at the Settlement Centre, with our bright and spaciour second-floor restaurant offering a tasty selection. A local favourite is our daily wellness buffet, featuring freshly prepared soups, salads, pasta courses and homemade bread. Available every day from 11:30 am to 15 pm.  Click here to open the MENU 2021 on PDF  Family friendly history Based in one of the oldest houses in Borgarnes, our newly refurbished restaurant is light and contemporary, while honouring the past. We offer a family friendly, relaxed atmosphere with good quality food at reasonable prices.  A delicious menu with something for everyone Our menu features a tempting range of traditional Icelandic dishes, such as mashed fish, lamb, fresh fish and mussels. We also offer burgers, light refreshments, homemade cakes and wonderful Italian coffee. It is the ideal stop for the hungry traveller. The restaurant is open daily from 11:30 am - 9 pm.   
Snorrastofa Reykholt
Reykholt is one of Iceland's most renowned historical sites where some of the finest works of Old Icelandic literature were written. Snorrastofa, a cultural - and medieval centre, founded in memory of Snorri Sturluson,and situated in his ancient homestead at Reykholt. Snorrastofa manages various research projects and provides reception and information for travelers, historical exhibitions, guided tours and lectures. Books on history and culture, Icelandic handicraft and souvenirs are available in the shop. Guest accommodation for scholars and facilities for conferences and gatherings Concerts in the church of Reykholt.  Opening hours Weekdays: Saturdays: Sundays: May 1st - August 31st: 10:00-17:00 10:00-17:00 10:00-17:00 1st September - April 30th: 10:00-17:00 Closed Closed Open on request during winter weekends.
The Icelandic Goat Center Háafell
The Icelandic goat is an endangered species and the Icelandic Goat Centre at Háafell is working towards protecting and maintaining the goat stock in Iceland. Visitors receive a warm welcome from the goats, which are very people-friendly. Other animals on the farm are horses, sheep, Icelandic chickens, silkie chickens, dogs and cats.  Toilet facilities available. Local Food store. Goat products, bath products, creams, soaps, leather and handcrafts. Open June 1st - August 31st from 13:00 to 18:00 and upon request. For a guided tour around the farm we charge 1500 isk for adult and 750 isk for kids 7 – 17 years.
The Freezer Hostel & Culture Centre
Welcome to The Freezer, a multi-award winning recycled and renovated fishfactory that now offers art and culture as well as accommodation in stylish apartments and a one-of-a-kind social hostel.our goal is to create unforgettable memories, unique atmospheres and outstanding art. Perfectly located for exploring the Snæfellsnes peninsula & Snæfellsjökull National Park, at our establishment you will have easy access to wonderful nature, northern lights and wildlife. 

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Storyteller´s Lodge Sæból 13 350 Grundarfjörður 893-7714