The Icelandic Punk Museum
If you are looking for something different to do, a punk museum in a old public bathroom is definitely it.
This former public toilet, once known as “ground zero” to locals, was reopened in downtown Reykjavik to do what it was maybe always meant to do: tell the story of Icelandic punk. Keen guests can spend some time by the record players — where the infamous Rokk í Reykjavík album is featured — and play…
This tiny museum's sizable collection is jammed into a former underground public toilet.
Probably the smallest museum you will ever visit. It is installed in a former public toilet, nicknamed Nullid or "The Zero", referring to the imaginary house number, Bankastraeti Zero.
“Leaving your bags at one of the storage facilities in downtown Reykjavik is both an easy and convenient way to travel light while exploring Iceland´s capital. Steel luggage lockers and video surveillance, make you feel safe leaving your luggage behind and you don´t have to worry about losing any keys. The self service lockers are located in central Reykjavik, within easy walking distance from most of the centrally located hotels, restaurants and sights. There is no need to store your bags in unsafe hotel back rooms or behind the counter where others can access your items. Storing your baggage in the luggage lockers is safe and easy.”
“A newcomer in the food / drink scene. This long time local has recently been renovated with nice brewery - they offer lots of craft beers and decent prices food to go with their drinks! Like always, we recommend going when they have happy hour :D”
“Good shopping mall. Decent amount of stores, restaurants and movie theatre.”
Point of Interest
“Harpa is one of Reykjavik‘s greatest and distinguished landmarks. It is a cultural and social centre in the heart of the city and features stunning views of the surrounding mountains and the North Atlantic Ocean. Various events are taking place all year round and anyone should be able to find something of interest.”
“One of the capital’s most ambitious venues, the i8 Gallery has earned an excellent international reputation, in addition to its loyal following at home. Past exhibitions have included multimedia installations created by Danish artist Olafur Eliasson, and participatory environments designed by Brazilian pioneer Ernesto Neto.”