Sun Voyager, Reykjavik, Iceland. Open daily 24 hours
Please see https://guidetoiceland.is/travel-info/iceland-in-a-wheelchair-adventures-accessible-to-everyone and https://visitreykjavik.is/city/access-disabled and http://spintheglobe.net/dir/2016/09/13/wheelchair-accessible-reykjavik-iceland/
and https://www.thekkingarmidstod.is/english/ about Sjálfsbjörg (The National Association of People with Disabilities in Iceland) which has the stated goal of “working to create [a society in which] the disabled enjoy full participation and equality” and regularly conducts surveys on museums, pools, and other public places, making recommendations for country-wide improvements.
Sun Voyager is a sculpture by Jón Gunnar Árnason, opened in 1990 and situated next to the Sæbraut road in Reykjavík.
Skúlagata 11, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
See email addresses for Visit Reykjavík: (at City Hall, Tjarnargata 11, 101 Reykjavík) at https://visitreykjavik.is/about-us
+354 411 6000 ( Visit Reykjavík: City Hall, Tjarnargata 11, 101 Reykjavík)
On north side of Highway 41, overlooking Faxaflói Bay.
Open daily 24 hours
Please see https://www.icetra.is/ and https://visitreykjavik.is/city/public-transportation on Public transportation (called Strætó in Icelandic). Reykjavík has an excellent bus system with regular services to and from all the city’s major towns and attractions. For information, access to their convenient destination planner and free travel app, visit strætó.is. For a map of services please see http://www.publictransport.is/
If you choose to explore Reykjavík by bus you might also want to consider investing in the Reykjavík City Card. The card gives you 24, 48 or 72 hours unlimited travel on the city busses as well as admission to major attractions and discounts at shops and restaurants.
There are many amenities in Reykjavík.