Pakkhúsið

Pakkhúsið

There are usually three exhibitions running concurrently at Pakkhúsið, a permanent exhibition on the history of Hafnarfjörður, an exhibition of…

  • Weekends 11:00 – 17:00
  • Vesturgata 6
Sívertsens-húsið

Sívertsens-húsið

Sívertsen’s House is the oldest house in Hafnarfjörður, built in 1803-1805 by Bjarni Sívertsen.

  • Weekends 11:00 - 17:00
  • Vesturgata 6
Bookless Bungalow

Bookless Bungalow

The Bookless Bungalow was built in 1920. It was the residence of the Scottish Douglas Bookless, who ran alongside his…

  • Closed over the winter time.
  • Vesturgata 32
Siggubær

Siggubær

The seaman Erlendur Marteinsson built Sigga’s house in 1902. His daughter, Sigríður (Sigga) Erlendsdóttir, was 10 years old when she…

  • Closed over the winter time.
  • Kirkjuvegur 10
Beggubúð

Beggubúð

Beggubúð is the location of the Museum of Commerce, part of Hafnarfjördur Museum. The building was constructed in 1906 on…

  • Open in summer
  • Vesturgata 6
Gúttó

Gúttó

When the Good Templars Hall was built in 1886 it was considered to be a very large building – it…

  • Contact us
  • Suðurgata 7
Strandstígur

Strandstígur

This path around the harbour passes one of Hafnarfjördur Museum’s exhibition centres. The centre houses collections of photographs depicting the…

  • Always open
  • Strandstígur