This is a lovely stop when touring Reykjavik. The space outside is truly beautiful. Iceland does such a great job of embracing nature and making their buildings lovely green spaces. There is a pond and several walls totally covered in greenery. Lake Tjornin is directly behind the building. There is also a very helpful topographical map inside. You won't need... 更多
We stopped in here mainly for the public, clean bathroom, but we're glad we did!!! Good relief map of the country. Personnel very helpful.
This place was very interesting for the giant topographical diorama/ map of all of Iceland. Also the entire of City Hall is surrounded by Man made fountain or Lake...Very unusual.
This is not your typical city hall. There is an art show by local artists in the lobby and most interestingly, there is a large scale topographical model of the entire island. This model helps you understand the lay of the land very well and is worth a 15 minute pit stop on a random walk around the city (I... 更多
The city hall on its own has a nice architecture but that's about it. On the other hand the adjacent lake is really nice to take a stroll around, specially in a sunny day.
It was election time in Reykavik, so quite busy, and if we had been driving, parking would have been tight. However we were in a minibus, so no problems. Superb sights from this building - plenty of space to walk around, and good lift/disabled access. A superb water feature rises through the middle of this building and there are places... 更多
Lacks the warmth of most of the city's attractions, but the building is just astounding. Inside you'll find a model of the country and some wall art that represents a massive vagina (complementing the Phallological museum). The staff were quite cold and seemed annoyed.
The city hall is surrounded by water, including a small fountain / pond on the walkway. The inside is spacious and modern. Lots of room for conferences and events, which it looks like is the main purpose of the building. Information desks are present and will start providing city-pass and tourist information in the very near future.