The Hofsstaðir Archaeological Site in Gardabær has officially opened its gates to the public. Archaeological excavation at this site commenced in 1994 and revealed relics from the Settlement era of Iceland.
The Hofsstaðir Archaeological Site is one of the very few sites where settlement relics are still visible on the surface. Gagarin installed three VR binoculars in the park to give visitors a sense of lost times, allowing them to peer back into history. There, they discover how the Settlement farm was constructed, what it looked like, and the main activities of the people living there. Concurrently, educational signs have been comprehensively updated, extending the exhibition from the archaeological site to the center of town (Garðatorg 7).
Gagarín's closest partners in the project were Katla Maríudóttir and Viz.