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🇮🇸 Icelandic government has plans for a Eurovision museum in Húsavík

After a Eurovision film that was very successful last year, there will probably be a Eurovision museum. You can read further in this article where and when we can expect the museum.

Details about the museum plan

On February 26, Icelandic news website reported that the country’s government has committed a grant to fund the opening of a Eurovision Museum. According to the article, it would be about a fund of about 2 million ISK. After the success of the film, the Icelandic town Húsavík seems like the ideal location for this fun idea. The Icelandic government will develop this project in cooperation with the EBU, Netflix, RÚV and the Húsavík chamber of commerce and tourism. The museum’s managers hope to open the doors officially in May 2021. Then the Eurovision Song Contest will celebrate its 65th edition.

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Aline van Rossem

Small town girl in a big arcade. In love with the Eurovision Song Contest since Alexander Rybak's win in 2009. Favourite ESC songs ever? Love Shine A Light and Arcade!

Comments on 🇮🇸 Icelandic government has plans for a Eurovision museum in Húsavík

  • John

    Great!

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