Klambratún is one of the largest public parks in Reykjavik and puts a great look on the Hlíðar neighbourhood. Klambratún, which has also been named Miklatún, is bounded by Hringbraut, Rauðarárstígur, Flókagata and Langahlíð, but the area is named after the farm Klambrar.
Klambratún is one of the largest public parks specially designed as part of the city's general plan, which began in the 1960s. The Reykjavík Art Museum, Kjarvalsstaðir is located at the northern end of Klambratún.
There you will find:
Art museum - Café - Artwork - Benches - Gardening - Playground - Football field - Frisbee field - Basketball field - Beach volleyball court - Architecture.