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Easter Egg Hunt at Reykjavík Art Museum

By Iceland Review

Reykjavík Art Museum – Ásmundarsafn, dedicated to the work of sculptor Ásmundur Sveinsson (1893 -1982), is organizing a chocolate Easter egg hunt for the entire family at the museum’s premises on Saturday between 2 pm and 3 pm.

Ásmundarsafn. Photo by Victoria Cross.

Easter eggs will be placed in carefully-chosen locations among the statues of the sculpture garden that surrounds the museum and the game involves enjoying the art while searching for chocolate eggs.

After the game finishes, a family-friendly guided tour will be offered around the museum and the current exhibition “The Shape of the Line” which emphasizes Sveinsson’s abstract work and runs until April 19.

All Reykjavík art museums will be open during the usual opening hours over the Easter holidays—Ásmundarsafn is open daily between 1 pm and 4 pm. April 13 is the final day of two exhibitions in Kjarvalsstadir, “The Art of Chess” and the Kjarval “Picture of a Whole” exhibition.

Click here to read a review about Ásmundarsafn and the current exhibition.

Click here to read a list compiled by the Reykjavík Tourist Information on the opening hours of restaurants, swimming pools, galleries, etc. during Easter.

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