While the building itself (builtin 1881) is underwhelming, the site of the world's oldest Parliament is definitely worth a visit for those who are interested in learning more about Iceland's politics and history. While much of the building is off-limits to guests who are not on a guided tour, there is a small but beautiful garden that is open to the public. You can also take a free ~30-minute tour of the entire building, just by going to the website and asking to set up a tour in advance. My friends and I found the tour very informative, and enjoyed our visit to the building.
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