You may take as long as you like
Please refer the official attraction website for exact opening hours
Make your way to Whales of Iceland, 23-25,Fiskislóð, 101, Reykjavík
They are the beauty beneath the waves, the gentle giants of the planet; what's not to like about the majestic whales. Have you Ever wondered what they sound like? Or how they feel? Enter the Whales of Iceland and enjoy a special experience. Hear their calls, go on a 3D journey and see the scale of these most wondrous creatures.
This is Iceland's museum to the whales. An interactive experience where you journey into their world. Watch videos and enjoy the ambient lighting as you go on a journey.
You’ll be able to put 3D glasses on and swim with them! Hear their haunting songs and see life-size models. Educational, exciting, oh you’ll have a whale of a time.
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!)
About 15 minutes walking from Reykjavík city centre
Bus line 14 to Grunnslóð
Free parking is available at the museum
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