Perlan is a prominent landmark in the Icelandic capital of Reykjavík. It is situated on the top of Öskjuhlíð hill. What was originally a cluster of hot water tanks was in 1991 converted to a building open to the public. It hosts an exhibition, a planetarium, an observation deck, and a restaurant.
The Perlan Museum of Icelandic Natural Wonders is a stunning building with new, state-of-the-art exhibits focusing on the many natural wonders of the country, from the cliffs and volcanos to the sea life around the island. One of the most impressive exhibits is a replicated ice cave that you can…
Adventure Land Exhibitions Dining Dare to fly? Excellent view over the city and surrounding towns.
Go there to get a view of all the amazing mountains around Faxaflói bay and you can also see a glimpse of the volcanic eruption in Reykjanes peninsula. Also they have zip line which I really want to try.
Perlan offers the unique opportunity to see a lot of Iceland within a small time frame.
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“Going up with the elevator to the tower will give you unique views of Reykjavík!”
“The best way to recharge is to take a jump into the (rather cold) Atlantic ocean at Ylströndin and then melt away in the hot tub and steam bath. It's free of charge during the summer time (15/05-15/08) and 700 isk during winter (16/08-14/05). ”
“Museum with modern paintings & sculptures by well-known Icelandic artists, plus a cafe & gift shop.”
“Harpa, our concert hall hosts both the fantastic Icelandic Symphony and the Icelandic Opera. The Orchestra plays concerts almost every week (Thursdays) and the Opera hosts ca 2 productions a year, plus a variety of concerts. ”