Reykjavik Art Museum is Icelands largest network of art museums and holds some of the most distinguished works in Icelands artistic landscape.
The museum also houses a newly renovated cafe and design-and-book store.
There are around 20 various exhibitions on show at Reykjavik Art Museum every year but you can always see exhibitions from Kjarval, Erro and Asmundur Sveinsson.
The museum exhibits run the gamut from the historical to the disorienting and boundary-pushing, while its special events rang from quiet, contemplative concerts to alternative rock events.
With almost 24 hours of daylight during the summer, Reykjavik truly becomes the city that never sleeps, where you can enjoy a number of popular summertime activities including whale-watching, sea-fishing, horse-back-riding and trips to the many natural wonders nearby.
In recent years, Reykjavik has become well known for its prolific music and performing arts scene the city is a breeding ground for musical talent and hosts several highly active theatre companies.