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Combine pre-booked admission tickets to the Perlan’s Wonders of Iceland exhibition with a planetarium show on the elusive, green dancing lights of the Aurora Borealis. Walk through a reconstructed Ice Cave, learn about Iceland’s glaciers in an interactive display, and see a replica of a bird cliff. Then, sit back and relax as you embark on a multimedia Northern Lights journey.
Explore the world of glaciers at the Perlan Museum Glacier and Ice Cave Exhibition in Reykjavik. Enter the museum for a guided tour of the world’s only indoor ice cave, learning about glaciers' secrets and uncertain future from your guide as you explore the frozen tunnel. Then, experience the multimedia displays on glaciers with the provided digital guides; admire the 360-degree views over Reykjavik from the observation deck; and enjoy the café and gift shop.
This Reykjavik City Card eliminates the need to waste time in long ticket lines, and provides free entry to multiple Reykjavik attractions. Perfect for travelers with limited time—with this card, you’ll be able to plan a whistle-stop 24 hours of touring multiple top sights. Get free entry to Reykjavik Zoo and Family Park, Reykjavik thermal pools, the city’s best museums and galleries, and much more.
The Blue Lagoon is a popular spa destination featuring an outdoor lagoon with mineral-rich waters in a lava field. Let the warm and mineral-rich water warm you up and recharge you for your exciting trip in Iceland.
If you don't have time to explore the length and breadth of Iceland in reality, FlyOver Iceland offers the next-best thing. Settle into your seat and enjoy the sensation of flying through the air as you take off on an exhilarating journey across the country.
Secure your ticket in advance and explore the Whales of Iceland Exhibition at your own pace. Walk past 23 man-made, life-size models of the various whale species in Iceland, and use the interactive stations to watch videos and learn about the different species. This family-friendly experience is centrally located in Reykjavik.
Gain insight into some of Iceland’s most magnificent native wildlife on an adventurous whale-watching cruise from Reykjavik along with admission to the Whales of Iceland Exhibition. Hop aboard your boat in Reykjavik’s Old Harbor and head out into Faxaflói Bay. Watch the waves for graceful minke and humpback whales, and curious porpoises and dolphins. Learn of the creatures’ life-cycles and habits from the informative on-board commentary. Before or after the cruise, visit the Whales of Iceland exhibition at your leisure and admire life-size models of Iceland’s native whale species.
Reykjavík is an expensive city to visit, but you can ease some of the pain on your wallet with the City Card. For 72 hours, you will enjoy free admission to top attractions, free entry to thermal baths, free public transport, and more.
With these pre-booked admission tickets to Iceland’s Northern Lights Planetarium Show, you’ll get a first-hand peek at a thrilling reproduction of the Arctic phenomenon of Aurora Borealis. Embark on a unique journey, the result of a collaboration between top Icelandic artists, musicians, and photographers.
Sightseeing, especially in a pricey country such as Iceland, can get expensive. Entrance fees to attractions can quickly add up. Take the sting out of your visit to Reykjavík with the City Card: for 48 hours you'll enjoy free admission to top attractions, as well as other perks such as free transportation and discounts at restaurants.
The Saga Museum in Reykjavik is a place where key moments in Icelandic history are brought to life. On this independent visit, explore the exhibits with your audio-guide to hand, and delve into over a thousand years of Icelandic civilization. Perhaps dress like famous Viking Leif Eiriksson, hear of historic poets such as Snorri Sturlusson, and gain insight into what makes this small but mighty island nation so special.
The National Museum of Iceland's permanent exhibition, Making of a Nation - Heritage and History in Iceland, is intended to provide insight into the history of the Icelandic nation from the Settlement to the present day.
The aim is to cast light on the Icelanders' past by placing the cultural heritage preserved by the National Museum in a historical context, guided by the question: What makes a nation?
The exhibition includes about 2,000 objects, dating from the Settlement Age to the present, as well as about 1,000 photographs from the 20th century.
The exhibition is conceived as a journey through time: it begins with the ship in which medieval settlers crossed the ocean to their new home, it ends in a modern airport, the Icelanders' gateway to the world.
Save time and money with this ticket that grants you admission to both of the houses of the National Museum of Iceland: The Culture House and The National Museum of Iceland, Sudurgata. Explore at your own pace and get insight into Iceland's cultural heritage.
Enjoy a one-of-a-kind Northern Lights experience at the Aurora Basecamp, located in a striking lava field beyond Reykjavik city limits (and light pollution). Make your own way to the Aurora Basecamp, enjoy hot drinks and comfortable viewing conditions in the on-site geodesic dome, and even watch a scientific demonstration that produces the Aurora Borealis effect. Then head outside to stargaze (and admire the Northern Lights, if conditions are right).
Embark on a Reykjavík experience off the beaten path with a visit to Reykjavík Family Park and Zoo. See farm animals that have been in Iceland settlement, as well as reindeer, arctic foxes, seals, and even some exotic species.
Beat the rush with guaranteed admission to the Settlement Exhibition, and learn the little-known history of Iceland’s early past. Enjoy family-friendly multimedia exhibits, which bring to life the Saga of Egil Skallagrimsson, the island nation’s national epic, written by an acclaimed Viking poet. Self-guided audio tours are available in 15 languages.
Iceland is renowned for its commitment to renewable energy — renewable power sources account for more than 70 percent of total primary energy consumption, more than anywhere else. Sustainable energy is a complicated subject but you can learn all about it by visiting the geothermal exhibition at Hellisheidi Power Plant, the world's largest geothermal single site unit.
Enhance your knowledge of and appreciation for renewable energy on this private guided tour of the geothermal exhibition at Hellisheiði Geothermal Power Plant, the largest geothermal single site power plant in the world. As you explore the power plant, get insights from your guide about how almost 100 percent of Iceland's energy comes from renewable sources. Includes a welcome drink and snacks.
Learn about Iceland’s mighty volcanoes and the country’s unique geological structure with an advanced ticket to this informative museum in downtown Reykjavik. Watch an exclusive documentary, and gain in-depth knowledge about eruptions, volcanoes, and tectonic shifts. Explore at your own pace or ask a staff member to take you on a tour.
Gin. Enjoyed by royalty, celebrities of stage and screen, political figures, and you and me. A timeless drink with a rich history dating back almost 800 years, and never more popular than right now. Thoran Distillery in Hafnarfjordur is now opening its doors to the public, inviting anyone to journey into the magical realm of gin. Come see how gin is made, learn about the botanicals, and top it all off with a taste of Marberg gin.
This seven days journey will amaze you by the true colours of Iceland, you will see and learn why is Iceland such a magical and unique place, loved by the tourists and its locals. Ravishing nature, rich cultural heritage, mesmerizing energy, are just some of the thrills that your guide will share with you on this remarkable adventure. Bathing in the natural pools, visiting hot spots like Snaefellsnes peninsula, Kirkjufell mountain, Látrabjarg cliffs, Rauðasandur beach and Dynjandi waterfall, various small villages with rich history as well as otherworldly Strandir area, famous fjords and National Park Thingvellir are some of the most popular and interesting places you will experience on this amazing tour.
Skip tourist circuits for an independent ‘Super Jeep’ excursion to some of Iceland’s less-visited, but no-less beautiful natural attractions. Travel to the ridge of the Hekla volcano crater, swim in a hot spring pool in Landmannalaugar, and visit the otherworldly waterfalls and landscapes of Gjáin Valley. Plus, traveling in a ‘Super Jeep’ means you can reach places—such as a volcano crater—tour buses can’t.
Travel from Reykjavík to Iceland's only UNESCO World Heritage Site, Thingvellir National Park, on this half-day private sightseeing tour. There, explore the park's attractions including Iceland's largest natural lake, Þingvellavatn (Thingvallavatn). The park is known for its unusual tectonic and volcanic environment and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Iceland.
Just 30 minutes from Reykjavik’s busy city center, Iceland’s volcanoes promise adventure to those willing to make the trip—and visiting with a guided tour makes the trip as easy as possible. After watching a documentary about Iceland’s most famous eruptions, head to the base of a volcano for a hike to the top, rewarded with stunning views of mossy lava fields and endless horizon. This small-group tour is limited to 12 people or fewer and includes pickup and drop-off from central Reykjavik.