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No. 1 Attraction in Reykjavik

Perlan is a Must-Visit Landmark
and Nature Exploratorium.

No. 1 Attraction in Reykjavík

Perlan is a Must-Visit Landmark and Nature Exploratorium

No. 1 Attraction in Reykjavík

Perlan is a Must-Visit Landmark and Nature Exploratorium

Wonders of Iceland

Price:
Adults: 3.990 ISK  
Children: (6-17) 1.990 ISK

Including: 

>  Wonders of Iceland
>  Real indoor ice cave 
>  360° Observation deck
>  Water in Icelandic nature

Wonders of Iceland & Áróra

Special price:
Adult: 4.490 ISK 6.680
Children (6-17): 2.490 ISK 3.480
Family Price: 9.990 ISK* 20.320
*(2 adults and 2 children)
Including:
>  Wonders of Iceland
>  Real indoors ice cave
>  360° Observation deck
>  Water in Icelandic nature
>  Áróra - Northern Lights Planetarium Show

Áróra - Northern Lights Planetarium Show

Price:
Adults: 2.690 ISK
Children: 1.490 ISK

Including:
>  360° Observation deck
>  Áróra - Northern Lights Planetarium Show

Save up to 50% by booking together
Wonders of Iceland & Áróra
  • Wonders of Iceland
  • Real indoor ice cave
  • 360° Observation deck
  • Water in Icelandic nature
  • Áróra - Northern Lights Planetarium Show
Adult
6 - 17
Children
Family
4.490 ISK 2.490 ISK 9.990 ISK
6.680 ISK 3.480 ISK 20.320 ISK
Wonders of Iceland
  • Wonders of Iceland
  • Real indoor ice cave
  • 360° Observation deck
  • Water in Icelandic nature
Adult
6 - 17
Children
3.990 ISK 1.990 ISK
Áróra - Northern Lights Planetarium Show
  • 360° Observation deck
  • Áróra - Northern Lights Planetarium Show
Adult
6 - 17
Children
2.690 ISK 1.490 ISK
World's first indoor Ice Cave
Ice Cave and Glaciers Exploratorium
World's first indoor Ice Cave

The first of its kind in the world. It is 100 meters long and built with over 350 tons of snow.

Glaciers Exhibit

A dramatic interactive exhibition that provides insight into Icelandic glaciers.

Iceland’s Only Planetarium
Guaranteed Northern Lights in Perlan

Experience Icelandic nature, through a breathtaking 360° masterpiece, in one of the world’s most sophisticated planetariums.

Amazing Geological Wonders
Forces of Nature Exhibition

In the Forces of Nature exhibit, guests experience the power of volcanoes, earthquakes and geothermal energy.

Well Worth a Visit!
Látrabjarg Cliff
Augmented Reality Entertainment

Looking up at this massive realistic model of Látrabjarg, the Largest Seabird Cliff in Europe guests will encounter the inhabitants of this natural skyscraper.

Icelandic Museum of Natural History
Water in Icelandic Nature Exhibition

The exhibition will awaken interest and admiration for the nature of water and to inform about its wonders and importance for the future prosperity of society.

Observation Deck
Amazing 360° View of Reykjavik

This amazing deck provides a 360° view of Reykjavik and surrounding areas. It’s a must visit for everyone.

Great for all ages
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Spot the oystercatcher: One of the best known birds in Iceland

March 19, 2020

All Icelanders know the oystercatcher (Haematopus ostralegus) as it is very noticeable due to its loud calls during summer. The oystercatcher is a wader (Charadrii) belonging to the Haematopodidae family, widely distributed on the coast of western Europe but is also found in East Europe and Asia. The oystercatcher is black and white and a …

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Spot the mallard in Iceland: Most abundant duck in the world

March 17, 2020

There are known over a hundred species of ducks in the world, but the word duck and the childish words „bra-bra“ are by most Icelanders related and refer to the mallard (Anas platyrhynchos). The mallard is tame, easily recognized, and found around ponds where children feed the ducks. The mallard belongs to the Anseriformes within …

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Spot the horned grebe: The only one of its kind

March 10, 2020

The horned grebe, also known as Slavonian grebe (Podiceps auritus), belongs to the Podicipedidae family along with 20 other species belonging to six genera and is the only grebe species found in Iceland. The horned grebe is distributed in Scandinavia and the Baltic, east to  Asia and North America. Few breeding pairs have been observed …

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Spot the black tailed godwit in Iceland

February 28, 2020

The black tailed godwit (Limosa limosa islandica) belongs to the waders (Charadrii) but is of the Scolopacidae family. It is closely related to the redshank (Scolopacidae) and the whimbrel (Numenius phaeopus) within the subfamily Tringinae. This subspecies nests mainly in Iceland but has also been observed at a few destinations in the west and mid-Europe …

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Spot the black-headed gull: The smallest seagull in Iceland

January 17, 2020

The black-headed gull (formerly Larus ridibundus, now known as Chroicocephalus ridibundus) belongs to the gull family (Laridae) and the genus Chroicocephalus. Gulls in this genus are small to medium-sized most of them having a distinguished hood on the head. These species were previously placed in the Larus genus, which includes the real gulls. The bird is widely …

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