Comnunity halls

Community halls around Iceland are often rented out to groups or individuals for sport, meetings, conferences, feasts, concerts or other activities.
They are often place for events and exhibitions open to the public so look for events on our calendar or simply pay them a visit to see if something is going on. We can recommend that you pay Berg Culture house a visit as there is almost always an ongoing exhibition going on there.

Tour operators

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    Rimar is a community hall and a sporthall. The house is rented out to individuals and groups throughout the year.  Facilities include a sporthall, smaller hall, conference facilities and a fully equiped kitchen.

    It is often rented out for both meetings and private feasts

  • Tjarnarborg

    Tjarnarborg culture house in heart of Olafsfjordur.  Tjarnarborg offers diverse culture as paintings and art exhibitions and conserts. At the second floor is the music school. The culture house offers excellent facilities for events of various kinds, including conferences, meetings, receptions, parties and exhibitions. In desember with its indoor and outdoor christmas-market, with music, choirs  and Icelandic christmas lads and icelandic christmas spirits that starts the fourth Sunday before christmas. The town lights up, it is like you are in christmas wonderland, full of snow and beautiful northern lights. The building is situated in the heart of Olafsfjordur next to the pond, that is full with bird life and wonderfull moutain view. The culture house is in a walking distant from the outdoor pool and the campground.

  • Berg - Culture, Library, Café
    In the culture house Berg there is a big hall where you can find new art show each month. It is a great place for concerts and other events. The house offers a great facility for meetings or conference. There is a great sound system, projector and Dösendorfer grand piano in the hall.
    Þula Café-Bistro is located at Berg as well as the public library.
  • Ungo - Theater

    Dalvíkur Theatre, Ungo, was founded in 1944 and it’s local theater club sets up exhibitions each year.
    In addition to setting up the shows the Theaterclub is proud to set up plays written by local people and held in conjunction with their local community. The Theater has also worked closely with the local school and help students in preparing and setting student exhibitions.