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The Sheep Farming Museum is 12 km south of Holmavik by road 68. The exhibition itself tells about sheep farming and concentrates on providing diverse entertainment for all ages. There are also theme exhibitions about history and nature, f.x. about...more
I would like to recommend this place for small restaurant with homemade ice cream. We enjoyed the coffee as well. The Lady is very kind, maybe you will get a chance to feed lambs :) it is cute experience ;)
We stopped here to find answers to all our sheep questions having seen more than people on our way around this beautiful island. It was a fantastic experience, great snacks and our kids bottle-fed the lambs.
Spent a lot if time wondering about sheep in Iceland. This little place answers all the questions. Based in the local village hall it has a video and lots of displays. Plus a cafe offering waffles with rhubarb jam among other things. Great to support...More
This was an interesting little place but I'm not sure it's worth the price. We learned a lot, from the English and German detailed information in the available binders. But, since the exhibits were recently reorganized, they don't tally with the descriptions. So, you can...More
Greeted on arrival by two lambs looking for food. Beautiful view across the fjord to Dranges.. Informative, loads of information in English, Could have spent 4 hours reading it all. Enjoyed. Lovely cafe serving snack and excellent coffee.
We stopped at this museum at Sævangur close to Hólmavík as part of a guided tour to Strandir. There was a lot of information, many pictures and items related to sheep farming. Some information was available in English, but some only in Icelandic.