The Icelandic Phallological Museum in Reykjavík has been the subject of articles, books, TV shows and documentaries. The 250-square-metre exhibition contains a unique collection of more than 290 phallic specimens from almost all land and sea mammals found in Iceland and also includes a small foreign section. Visitors will be able to see penises and penile parts from for example whales, seals, walruses, polar bears, elephants, giraffes, and even humans – not to mention the mysterious elves, trolls and kelpies. Founder and now retired teacher Sigurður
Hjartarson started his collection over 40 years ago and opened the museum to the public in 1997, then with 62 specimens available to view.