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Icelandic Seal Center, Hvammstangi
(4.1/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
Icelandic Seal Center is located in Hvammstangi. To visit Icelandic Seal Center and other attractions in Hvammstangi, use our Hvammstangi tour planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Small seals and seal hunting museum. Fun for a one time visit, but will this not for a 2nd time visit during the next vacation. Too expensive for little news. The established different seals were beautiful to look at and informative
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  • This is THE place to visit if you want to go seal watching in Iceland. The staff is well informed and friendly, they will point you to some locations close by where you can go and see the seals (just ...  more »
  • Located in the small fishing village of Hvanmstangis in NW Iceland is the Icelandic Seal Center. It's a small museum/info center about the kinds of seals in the area. Informative. Short film (maybe 20...  more »
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  • Small mini museum about seals.. may not worth the entry fee
  • 价格不贵,但是以冰岛物价来说性价比已经不错了。菜式是用心设计的,羊排搭配南瓜泥,烤三文鱼配的土豆都是腌过烤的,生金枪鱼片用芝麻包裹。来看海豹顺路吃这家确实不错!
  • Very good Museum with just rate a Touré in boats to see seals
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  • Nice ferry ride to watch the seals that strand on the rocks on the other side of the fjord of Hvammstangi. Staff friendly and competent.
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  • Friendly Center for seals, unfortunately the announced colonies are rather isolated seals but. As the points are unfortunately poorly protected against tourists without respect, thus seals on the shore were driven repeatedly into the water.
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