The Einar Jónsson Museum
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Tips from locals
Sculpture garden. The garden is open all year round, entrance is free and it is a popular site to visit in whatever season.
Strange figures in a quirky house next to the Hallgrímskirkja church. The park behind is free and a local favorit on sunny days. Bring a drink and relax.
Einars statues are famous and he played a big role in deciding the apearance of Reykjavik inhis time. In the back there is a nice garden. A very nice garden!
A sculptures’-that was what ahead of his generation. This is his home as it was and his sculptures. Very much worth the visit
Museum and former home of famous sculptor. It has a cafe and a garden with lots of statues, great spot to take a break and enjoy the surroundings. Entry to the garden is free.
Amazing sculpture garden in the backyard. You don't even need to pay anything for it. And it's right next to the church where everyone goes.
Sculptor Einar Jónsson, mysterious and magical sculpture garden, free entrance. " next street, 2 minute walk.
The open and sheltered sculpture garden is always worth a visit and if you are interested there is plenty more inside the museum. This house used to be Einar's home and study.