It displays the works of famous Icelandic artists and is an enjoyment of art.
This national-level museum was built in the mid-19th century. It is a museum with praise and connotation.
You still need tickets. ~Forget how much it costs, but it's cheap and inexpensive, and the gallery is not big, so you can walk through it soon. The work on display is a bit amazing. Maybe I don't have enough artistic cells. = Anyway, nothing special can be appreciated. What impressed me deeply was that there was a special exhibition of paintings in the second floor exhibition hall. There was a huge painting which occupied a wall. It should be a picture of Iceland's seaside, with emphasis on dark depiction.