by Tanja M. Laden in Cool Travel on Wednesday 27 March 2013

Tucked inside the city of Reykjavík is a sleek, modern-looking little museum that just so happens to display nearly 300 phallus specimens from water and land mammals, including (supposedly) those from Iceland’s “Huldufólk,” i.e., elf-like “hidden people.” The Icelandic Phallological Museum features clean lines and a tidy installation that make it look like it could be just another one of Reykjavík’s chic design boutiques, but no, this place is actually a big ol’ collection of male genitalia. Fortunately, there’s a range of souvenirs to take home as well, including T-shirts, mink penises; and hand-carved keychains in the shape of copulatory organs. Seriously, what a bunch of dicks.