Hljómskálagarður is a park at the southeast end of Lake Tjörnin. The serene greenspace provides fairytale views of Reykjavík framed by Mount Esja in the background. The lush lawn also features a sculpture garden showcasing works by five of Iceland’s talented female artists. This piece, simply called “Sculpture,” was created by Gerður Helgadóttir in 1968. Maps are available to help you find all the sculptures around the lake plus those placed along Lækjargata stretching down to the Harpa Concert Hall. The outdoor gallery continues on the Sculpture & Shore Walk parallel to the Sæbraut coastal road.