Komið og klappið dýrunum

Welcome to Daladýrð

Húsdýragarður fyrir alla fjölskylduna

Húsdýragarðurinn Daladýrð er staðsettur rétt við Vaglaskóg í Fnjóskadal. Aðeins í 2o mínútna akstursfjarlægð frá Akureyri.

Little girl feeding lamb
Two very young actic foxes
Sheep with long horns


Íslenskt handverk


Vöfflur og fleira góðgæti


Hoppa í heyið og fleira


Komið og sjáið öll húsdýrin

Beggi, Ingvar og refir
Bobby cars and more
Handmade crafts in Daladýrd
Pet our goats at Daladýrð


In Daladýrð we invite you to enjoy quality time with your fiends and family, meet the domestic animals and get to know the special Icelandic animals out in the nature. Pet our goats & Kittens, meet our horses, pigs & sheep, help us feed our bottel-lambs and pigs.

Or simply jump in the hay & enjoy life. Take a look at our craft shop – filled with handmade crafts by local artists as well as the Icelandic pullover. Daladýrð is a place to relax and recharge. Everyone Welcome!

Opening Hours

May - November:
11 am to 6 pm


Adults: 13 + years: 1.300 kr
children: 3-12 years: 900 kr
free for 1- 2 years


607 Akureyri, Ísland

Which animals live at the petting zoo?

Our animal family consists of: Horses, sheep, goats, rabbits, cats, dogs, pigs, cows and foxes (there are no foxes at the moment!). As well as various chicken breeds (such as Icelandic, German & Bramha) and broilers.

The variety of animals changes due to the different seasons. In spring and summer, the petting zoo is full of baby animals. Each year we add new animals.

May I pet the animals?

Under normal circumstances, those animals who want to be petted, may be petted. Some parts of the petting zoo (such as kittens and goats) can even be entered, and the animals may be held.

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In restricted conditions, the animals may unfortunately not be touched.

We kindly ask you...

…to respect our rules to protect the animals. The rules petting zoo Daladýrð are: Guests are in second place. Our animals always come first and must be treated with respect – never with fear or noise.

May I feed the animals?

Please, do NOT feed the animals. For the following reasons: it creates tension between them, they start to fight and can hurt each other. Animals want to have things in order. Those animals that are not out to graze, have mealtimes twice a day.
If they are irregularly or constantly fed, they become restless because they are always waiting for food.

However, animals such as pigs and bottle lambs are fed around lunchtime and you are welcome to help to give them something to drink & eat.

Arts of Iceland

From hand-made bracelets to the famous "Lopapeysa"

Truly Icelandic

Icelandic craft art

Daladýrð also has a specially selected variety of Icelandic handicraft that is made from raw materials, agricultural products as well as artefacts that are reminiscent of the countryside.

Most of the artists and designers are from the area around Daladýrð. Nevertheless, a few of them are from other parts of the country.

handmade icelandic art
Icelandic art

Stay Connected

We will keep you posted on when our kittens are born, ask you to help us find names for our foals, or simply keep you informed about new animals at teh petting zoo.


Hope to see you soon

Daladýrð in Fnjóskadalur - Brúnagerði - 607 Akureyri

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