Rocks and Stones
This section features works that portray rocks and stones in every possible guise: felted, soft ‘rocks’ made of Faroese wool, paintings of stones in the landscape and paintings of the black-stained, rocky ridge west of Tórshavn. Have you noticed that Faroese rocks often have numerous spots in shades of yellow, green, blue and black? The Faroese fables, legends and myths abound in tales of trolls, hags and ‘hidden folk’ (huldufólk) and their lives in the rocks. That is probably why you must ask permission before sitting on one of the large rocks – just in case it is inhabited by supernatural beings. Are there also mythological tales about rocks where you come from? And are there many large rocks in the landscape?
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+298 22 35 79
Gundadalsvegur 9, P.O. Box 1141 FO-110 Tórshavn, Faroe Islands
Opening hours

From 1 November - 30 April
Monday, Thursday to Sunday 11 - 16

(1th Thursday every month 11 - 20)

From 1 May - 31 October
Monday - Sunday 11 - 17

Adults: 90 DKK
Senior discount ticket: 70 DKK
Students: 25 DKK
Children and young people under 20 years: free

Group discount min. 12 adults: 60 DKK per person

Annual pass for one: 225 DKK
Annual pass 1+1 - bring a friend for free: 300 DKK

The annual pass includes free entrance to the museum as well as free admission to guided tours, concerts and events.

In addition to that, you get 10% discount on posters, books and postcards as well as 10% discount in the museum café.
+298 22 35 79
Gundadalsvegur 9, P.O. Box 1141 FO-110 Tórshavn, Faroe Islands