Museum Hvoll in Dalvik
The museum’s collection comprises thousands of items. The natural history collection contains a large number of Icelandic birds and mammals, the most popular of which is the polar bear.
There are exhibits on a number of people from the district who became nationally famous, such as Jóhann Pétursson, known as “the Giant”, and president Dr. Kristján Eldjárn.
One room at the museum is dedicated to the earthquake that struck Dalvik in 1934 (6.2 on the Richter scale).