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NONNI’S HOUSE

A SMALL HOUSE WITH A BIG STORY

Nonni’s House is one of Akureyri’s oldest houses, built in the 1840s. It is dedicated to Jón Sveinsson, Nonni, who left the shores of Akureyri at the age of 12 in 1869 to become a Jesuit priest. He wrote children’s books based on his childhood memories from Akureyri that were published around the world in over 40 countries. Perhaps in your language? 

Nonni’s House is a listed building part of Akureyri Museum’s 24-hour pass.

Aðalstræti 54, Akureyri Old Town
+354  462 4162
www.minjasafnid.is | www.nonni.is
Open:	Jun-Sep | Daily 10-17
Oct-May | Daily 13-16
Adults (18+) 1,600 ISK 
Groups (10+) 1,360 ISK
Akureyri Museum 24h Pass accepted - 2,000 ISK

Free bus: no. 5 & 6. On foot: 20 min. from town centre; 10 min. from the Botanical Garden