Not quite a living village like in many other countries, but costumed docents are around some of the buildings. There are both rural and urban buildings, the latter salvaged from destruction in old Reykjavik. Apparently some Icelanders think the urban structures set in a village setting is misleading, but the range of buildings and the clever use of them to house museum-type displays is welcome to a visitor. Nice cafe with limited menu and a gift shop. Try the flatbread with smoked lamb, but the twisted donuts are unexpectedly lacking enough sweetness.
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