The Hafnarfjörður Museum
The Hafnarfjörður Museum is a museum of cultural artefacts and photographs of Hafnarfjörður town. Its objective to collect, document, preserve, protect and study objects and artefacts of the region´s cultural history and present them to the public. The cultural area represented in Hafnarfjordur Museum is the town of Hafnarfjordur and the surrounding region. The Warehouse There are usually three exhibitions running concurrently at Pakkhúsið, a permanent exhibition on the history of Hafnarfjörður, an exhibition of toys, and a short-term exhibition on a chosen theme. The exhibition "Thus it was . . . " tells the history of Hafnarfjörður and the surrounding region from the settlement to this day, with the aid of historical texts, photographs, illustrations, films, and numerous artefacts that give life to the history. In this exhibition you can learn about the German and English periods in the town's history, and the history of its trade, fishing industry, sports and film theatres, the British occupation during WWII, and much more. On the top floor of Pakkhúsið you will find the museum's toy exhibition. This exhibition, designed by the award winning museum and exhibition designers Janvs Ltd., is specifically directed at children. A large collection of toys is preserved at Hafnarfjörður Museum, and a part thereof is on display at the toy exhibition. The objects are rotated regularly, so there is always something new to see at the toy exhibition. In the Pakkhús entrance hall
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