The cultural life of Iceland’s capital will be presented in English, Polish, Spanish, Thai and Lithuanian in the city center on July 5. Information on the location of, for example, libraries and museums, theaters, statues and other places of interest will be introduced and related questions answered.
Reykjavík Art Museum – Hafnarhús. Photo by Páll Stefánsson.
The event, called “Reykjavík Safari”, begins at 8 pm outside the Reykjavík City Library’s Grófarhús building on Tryggvagata 15 and takes approximately one hour. Admission is free and all are welcome.
Afterwards attendees are invited to have refreshments and attend a concert by Myrra Rós in Hafnarhúsið, Reykjavík Art Museum.
The program is primarily intended for immigrants and to raise awareness of various cultural institutions which organize events for children and adults.
It is part of an evening walk program every Thursday in summer, including literary and photography walks, hosted by Reykjavík City Library, Reykjavík Art Museum, Reykjavík Museum of Photography, Reykjavík City Museum and Reykjavík UNESCO City of Literature.