Whale replicas in Iceland

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Including narwhal, sperm, humpback and blue whales, life-sized replicas of 23 whale species that frequent Iceland’s coast are displayed at Whales of Iceland (Fiskislóð 23-25, Reykjavik, Iceland; phone +354 571 0077, www.whalesoficeland.is). In June 2019, a room with a 75-foot-long fin whale replica was added.

Visitors will find interactive exhibits and video footage of whales in the wild, and a multilingual audio guide app, “Whales of Iceland,” can be downloaded to a phone or tablet on Appstore or Google Play or on site. Open daily, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., with a free guided tour at 1:30. ISK2,900 (near $24).

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Including narwhal, sperm, humpback and blue whales, life-sized replicas of 23 whale species that frequent Iceland’s coast are displayed at Whales of Iceland (Fiskislóð 23-25, Reykjavik, Iceland; phone +354 571 0077, www.whalesoficeland.is). In June 2019, a room with a 75-foot-long fin whale replica was added.

Visitors will find interactive exhibits and video footage of whales in the wild, and a multilingual audio guide app, “Whales of Iceland,” can be downloaded to a phone or tablet on Appstore or Google Play or on site. Open daily, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., with a free guided tour at 1:30. ISK2,900 (near $24).