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Grundarfjörður Information Center

The Tourist Information Center in Grundarfjörður helps you with information regarding Grundarfjörður, the Snæfellsnes peninsula and other inquiries.

The building also accommodates the public library and several interesting exhibits about the town in former times. All exhibitions are free of charge.

Bæringsstofa is a small theater that has regular slide show viewings of a photographic collection of life in Grundarfjörður through the ages. The photos are from Bæring Cecilsson (1923 - 2002), an Icelandic photographer and honorary citizen of Grundarfjörður.

Þórðarbúð is a replica of an old shop from the fifties. The shop was a convenience store run by Þórður Pálsson. The display depicts the shop at Christmas time when it turned into a lovely toy store.

There is also an old fishing boat on display. The boat Brana was built in 1913. It is a six-oar rowboat, typical for the Breiðafjörður area, made of oak and pine wood. The boat is surrounded by fishing gear and other utensils for farming.

Available in the Saga Centre is also one of two cannons that were unearthed from the beach at Kirkjufell. They are from a French whaling boat that stranded there in 1720.

Next to the exhibition is also a children's play area with some "natural toys" such as seashells, horns and leg bones. These items were used as children's toys in the past.

Opening hours:

Summer: June 1 - August 31, on weekdays from 13:00-17:00
Winter: September 1 - May 31.
Please see updates at https://www.facebook.com/UpplysingamidstodGrundarfjardar/

During wintertime the info can be reached by telephone Monday-Thursday from 13-17.

Grundarfjörður Information Center

Grundargata 35

GPS Points N64° 55' 28.841" W23° 15' 38.142"
Telephone

+354 438-1881

Opening period All year
Service Public phone Picnik area Open in the summer Horse riding Accessible for the phisically impared Conference facilities Smoking not allowed Wheel chair accessible Public lavatory Place of interest Place of interest Walking path Pharmacy Bird watching View point with information dial Viewing point Hotel / guesthouse Coffe shop Restaurant Tourist information center Swimming pool Sports hall Internet access Hot pot Sea angling Golf course Grocery store Post office Handy craft for sale ATM Bank Church Library Boat tours Fishing harbour Health service Credit cards accepted Bar Car ferry

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