Strandagaldur, also known as The Museum of Icelandic Sorcery and Witchcraft, is a privately operated and publicly accessible museum dedicated to the folklore and history of sorcery and witchcraft in Iceland. First opened in 2000, and curated by Sigurður Atlason, the museum is located in the coastal town Hólmavík. Based on research which began in 1996, the museum contains various permanent and special exhibitions on subjects such as the Nábrók, or necropants, Icelandic magical staves, Tilberi and Icelandic grimoires.
Restaurant Galdur is the restaurant located within Strandagaldur, offering meatsoup, seafood soup and beef steak as well as a vegetarian and vegan option, plus a variety of beer, coffee and wine.
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