1. There’s a penis museum.
Some people come to Iceland for the landscape, some come for the… eh… for The Icelandic Phallological Museum, of course! Located in Reykjavík, the Icelandic Phallological Museum houses the world’s largest display of penises from over 90 different species — including a five-foot whale penis. There are also penises from seals, land mammals, and even the hidden people (huldufólk). Always striving for a bigger and better collection, the museum secured its first human donor in 2011, but the “detachment” was unsuccessful — the specimen shriveled and could not be displayed. But visitors didn’t judge (roughly 12,000 people visit the museum each year), and after all, it’s not about size, shape, or species — it’s about what you do with it!