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Icelandic Phallological Museum

#43 of 181 things to do in Reykjavik Features Animals
Laugavegur 116, Reykjavik 105, Iceland
+354 561 6663
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Very small museum making a big deal about little things! But it was there, so we had to see it... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Santa Barbara, California

We came here with a teenage girl.It was interesting. We learnt it scientifically.It is... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Naoko K
Geneva, Switzerland
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The museum is in a 250 square meters location on the ground floor on the upper part of the main shopping street in Reykjavik. Good accessability for wheelchairs. Bathroom facilities. A small giftstore with souvenirs related to the museums chosen theme. Online store at website.
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Laugavegur 116, Reykjavik 105, Iceland
+354 561 6663
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Very small museum making a big deal about little things! But it was there, so we had to see it. Mixture of photos, preserved animal parts, wood sculptures, and reproductions of human parts.

Thank SeamomInSB
Reviewed 1 week ago

We came here with a teenage girl.It was interesting. We learnt it scientifically.It is serious. Many students were there with the teacher.There were many collections in small space.

Thank Naoko K
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had fun at this museum with our family. Our kids are all older so it was fun to see the exhibits - not only the specimens, but the side rooms with the interesting graphics and models was fun as well. Make sure you get...More

Thank Archited2013
Reviewed 1 week ago

A little bit smaller than I expected it to be. Interesting collection to say the least. Its just a bunch of penises from a bunch of different (mostly marine) animals.

Thank Mike C
Reviewed 1 week ago

Small novelty "museum" and gift shop that brings in the tourists. I guess it is worth the roughly $15 entry fee simply because it is unique. Features mainly wildlife from Iceland, sea, air and land.

Thank jsthouston
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Interesting all different penis's in formaldehyde jars, whale, seals, foxes, etc... Interesting to see. Great gift shop with amusing items.

Thank rblewis
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Mostly the phalluses of large animals preserved in formaldehyde but apparently the whole national handball team have each had theirs cast in silver - and you get them all lined up. Must have been slightly upsetting for the smallest guy on the team. There is...More

Thank Slow2Melt
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What can you say about a museum dedicated to the penis other than it was funny and interesting. You too, can pose next to a 5 foot whale willie and see the Icelandic handball teams' penis' all encased in silver (they won the silver medal...More

Thank 7barb
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Not your average museum! Not for the prudish. Not pornagraphic, just examples of penises of Iceland animals (whales, minks, foxes) and other animals donated from around the world (moose, dolphins, elephant, etc.)

Thank Milpitas_traveller
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The entry fee is 15 USD per person, but the quirkiness of the event makes it worth it. We definitely talked up our trip here and looked forward to it, and were not disappointed. The museum is small, with one main room and a couple...More

Thank Elizabeth S
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31 August 2016|
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Response from BudaBaB | Reviewed this property |
Admission for adults: 1250 ISK This is the Icelandic currency, so you need to convert it based on your own currency.