Snorrastofa is formally connected to the following institutions:

  • Føreningen Snorres venner
  • University Counsil of Borgarfjördur
  • Minjastofnun Íslands (Cultural heritatage of Iceland)
  • Nordic collection of Writers and Composers
  • Óformlegt félag skáldasafna á Íslandi (An informal association of poetry collections in Iceland)
  • SAGA Geo Park
  • Agreement with the University of Bergen
  • Association for Historical Tourism (SSF or Sagatrail)
  • Collaboration with Fosshótel Reykholt
  • National Museum of Iceland


Snorrastofa has for a long time collaborated with the University of Bergen.

See video about medieval Bergen
The Center for Medieval studies

The Center for Medieval studies

The Center for Medieval studies is a part of the Institute of Humanities at the University of Iceland.

Miðaldastofa is a forum for research in medieval studies and for interdisciplinary collaboration and projects concerning issues and dissemination of medieval studies.

Saga Geopark

Saga Geopark

SAGA Geopark is a member of an international project called Drifting Apart, thogher with Geoparks in Ireland, Northern Ireland, Norway, Scotland, Russia and Canada, as well as the other two Icelandic Geoparks, Reykjanes Geopark – Iceland and Katla Geopark – Iceland.

The aim of the project is the strengthening and development of Geoparks in connection with sustainable tourism, the strengthening of research and educational material on Geoparks geology. The first meeting of the project board was held in Northern Ireland and ended with a conference in Reykjanes 2018.  The project is funded by a grant from the European Union’s NPA Arctic Program.