You may take as long as you like
Please refer to the official attraction website for exact opening hours
Make your way to Perlan Museum, Öskjuhlíð, Reykjavík, 105, Reykjavík
It sits atop the hill like an alien spaceship, offering stunning views of the surrounding landscape and secrets to uncover inside. Head indoors, and you’re entering into the very heart of the natural world. Wrap up warm as this is going to be a chilly one. Want to know how glaciers are formed? Then welcome to Perlan Museum. It’s no alien spaceship but a museum that showcases Iceland’s natural wonders.
The Perlan Museum takes you on an icy adventure and will reveal how these giant ice blocks play a vital role in nature. Then, visit the Wonders of Iceland exhibition, which includes access to a real ice cave, wrap up warm! Or head into the Aurora planetarium show, see the dance of nature's lights and look on in wonder and amazement.
And after exploring the tunnels and planetarium, where you’ll be flown around the solar system, climb to the top for stunning views of Reykjavik and the surrounding countryside. A state-of-the-art facility that showcases the force of nature. It all makes for a special day out.
Voucher information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other devices. (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
The temperature in the ice cave is -10°C, so warm clothes are needed. Ponchos will be provided
Alternatively, take bus line 18 from Hlemmur to Perlan stop. From there it's a 6-minute walk
Walk: it takes 20-40 minutes to walk from downtown Reykjavík to the museum
Car: it takes 5-10 minutes from downtown Reykjavík to the museum. Free parking onsite
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