The Agricultural Museum of Iceland presents the agricultural heritage and seeks to explain the history of Icelandic agriculture. The museum has an extensive collection of farm artifacts. For example, the first horse-driven equipments and the first tractors imported to Iceland, as well as the more modern artifacts of current times. The museum has Iceland´s largest collection of farm machinery which goes back to 1880.
Open daily 15th May – 15th September from 11-17. During wintertime opening hours are Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 13-17 and upon request.