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The Perlan Museum is located in Reykjavik, easily accessible by car and a free shuttle bus. It's home to a great glacier exhibition and an ice cave! The 360° Observation Deck offers the best views of the city, its mountain and beyond.
Magic Ice Reykjavik isn't just a bar, it's a bar made of ice. And where better for a bar made of ice to be in than the capital of Iceland?
Immerse yourself in warmth at this oceanside geothermal lagoon where the dramatic North Atlantic Ocean stretches out before you. Above, glowing sunsets and stormy skies dazzle, and sometimes the dancing Northern Lights put on a stunning show of nature. Get ready to experience the Icelandic feeling of warmth, wonder, rejuvenation and inspiration at the edge of the world. Sky Lagoon is located in southwestern Iceland at Kársnes Harbour, Kópavogur, an industrial area approximately 7 kilometres south of downtown Reykjavík.
At Reykjavik's Northern Lights Center you can see the Aurora Borealis any time you like, thanks to a custom designed high-definition screen. You'll learn all about this natural phenomena and even see how to take perfect pictures of the real thing!
Enter the world of whales at Whales of Iceland. It's located in the Grandi area, at Fiskislóð 23, close to the old harbor and about 15 minutes’ walk from Reykjavík city center.
The National Museum of Iceland was established in 1863, when Jón Árnason became the first curator of the Icelandic collection previously kept in Danish museums. Visitors can now learn the history of Iceland here, from the first settlers to modern-day citizens, and witness collections of photographs, art, furniture and more. The museum is located in Reykjavík, Iceland.