Transatlantic — Iceland; Jólagarðurinn (The Christmas House) Part 2

Jólahúsið elves

In addition to the main Christmas decorations store at Jólahúsið (the Christmas House) there is also another storefront catering the kitchen side of Christmas.

Jólahúsið storefront for kitchens and foodstuffs

Here you will find Christmas-themed kitchen decorations and foodstuffs:

Jólahúsið kitchen store

This separate storefront was quite popular with our tour group, as you can see:

Jólahúsið kitchen store

Here is an interesting clock made from a bed warmer, as well as other wall knickknacks:

Jólahúsið kitchen store

Getting back out of the storefronts and onto the grounds you’ll find several great things to photograph, not least of which is the surrounding landscape:

The view from Jólahúsið

There is also a small garden area adjacent to the kitchen storefront:

Jólahúsið garden area

And in that garden area is that wonderful mailbox:

A mailbox that allows you to get stuff off your chest

Outside the main Christmas decorations storefront you’ll find a picnic area, which would have come in handy had the snack bar been open:

Jólahúsið turret and picnic area

Notice the ‘candies’ decorating the roof of the Christmas store:

Jólahúsið (The Christmas House)


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