Bragginn Yst in Oxarfjordur is situated 26 kilometers from Jokulsargljufur National Park and Asbyrgi in Northern Iceland.
It is the Studio and Exhibition space for the artist Yst.
Bragginn Yst is a half cylinder type of building of an American type and was built in 1964 as a barn and sheep shelter and used as such until its rebuilding in the year 2000. It has endured earthquakes up to at least 6.2 on Richter scale and the sheep it housed were considered both healthy and thriving.
Exhibitions have been held in Bragginn Yst annually since 2004, always at the same time of the year, the brightest time of the year in Iceland.
Opening hours from 11 am to 18 pm.