The Museum of Prophecies
Exhibition, storytelling and fortune telling.
The exhibition focuses on Þordis the fortune-teller, the first named inhabitant of Skagastrond, who lived there in the late 10th century. A painted tapestry tells the story of Þordis. Guides lead visitors through the exhibition which features all kinds of interesting information about prophecies and fortune telling. Visitors can have their fortunes told and their palms read on request. Children can examine Þordis’s gold chest, where various interesting things are hidden.
We have a great range of Icelandic craft and design.
Opening hours: June – Sept.
Tuesday – Sunday
Closed on Mondays.
Opening hours from Sept. – June by arrangement, please contact us by phone.