The geothermal exhibition at Hellisheidi power plant explores the utilization of geothermal energy in Iceland

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GUIDED TOUR

Our experienced staff is on hand to answer your questions. Guided tours at 11:15, 12:00, 13:00, 14:00 og 15:00 every day.

OPENING HOURS

9:00 - 17:00 every day

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Basic Tour

Entrance to the Geothermal Exhibition and guided tour. The Exhibition is presented via interactive multimedia installations, wall displays and presentations. It allows visitors to examine Iceland‘s geothermal energy utilization in a clear and illuminating fashion.

*Free for children 12 years and younger when accompanied by guardians.

Included:

  • Entrance
  • Guided tour

ISK 1,450

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Energy Tour

The optimal experience of the exhibition and our most popular tour at the moment. Entrance to the Geothermal Exhibition and guided tour. The Exhibition is presented via interactive multimedia installations, wall displays and presentations. It allows visitors to examine Iceland‘s geothermal energy utilization in a clear and illuminating fashion.

*Free entry for children is limited to the Basic Tour.

Included :

  • Entrance
  • Guided tour
  • Refreshment at Café Energy
  • Unique Icelandic gift

ISK 3,450

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VIP Tour Birta

Is a 40 min. private guided tour around the Geothermal Exhibition, including drinks and light delicacies. VIP Birta suits individuals, families and groups (max 15 pax) who would like to experience the exhibition with a private guide and little surprises.

*Min group size is 5 persons Max group size is 15 persons.

Included:

  • Welcome drink
  • Entrance
  • Guided tour
  • Refreshment
  • Unique Icelandic gift

ISK 9,900

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Groups

The Geothermal Exhibition is an ideal place to bring your group. We welcome all kinds of groups; school groups, large groups and exclusive groups. Our guides speak English and Icelandic.

*Booking in advance is recommended, especially over high season.

Included:

  • Entrance
  • Guided tour

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FACTS ABOUT RENEWABLE ENERGY IN ICELAND

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of Iceland's homes use geothermal water to heat their houses and keep pavements and car parks snow-free over winter.

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of Iceland's electricity comes from renewable sources, making it the only country in the world.

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is the temperature of the water, thus making it a steam that is used to generate electricity

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is a common depth of a borehole to reach hot water

Waffles and Coffee

Try our traditional Icelandic waffle

Café Energy

Take a moment and enjoy panoramic view over a nice cup of coffee

Selection of pastry, drinks and ice-cream are available. Free WiFi

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Saltverk "Salt" harvested with geothermal energy

Exhibition Shop

Great selections of Icelandic Souvenirs

At the Exhibition Shop we offer selected Icelandic quality souvenirs and gifts that celebrate nature at affordable prices

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Natural Surroundings

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The Hellisheiði Power Plant

Hellisheiði (pronounced “het-li-shay-thee”) is the largest single site geothermal power plant in the world.

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Nature

Combine Visit and Hiking Together

Beautiful marked hiking paths are around the Geothermal Exhibition at Hellisheiði.

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Largest Geothermal Area in Iceland

The Hengill area is one of the largest geothermal areas in Iceland, covering of approximately 100 km² and linked to three volcanic systems.

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Opening Hours

The Geothermal Exhibition is open every day:
9:00 - 17:00

How to Get Here

The Geothermal Energy Exhibition at Hellisheiði Power Plant is ideally located, only a 20 minute drive from Reykjavík on your way to the South of Iceland. It is located in a stunning setting surrounded by lava and moss which makes the experience even more powerful.


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