Sustainable Energy - What to see in Iceland
Are you interested in how we produce green, sustainable energy right here in Iceland? Guests of all ages can enjoy themselves at The Geothermal Energy Exhibition!
Join us at the Hellisheiði Power Plant, located only about 20 minute drive from Reykjavík, in a stunning setting surrounded by lava and moss which makes the experience all so much stronger!
Interactive Exhibition Based on Multimedia Technology
The exhibition is presented via interactive multimedia installations, wall displays and presentations. It allows visitors to examine Iceland's geothermal utilization in a clear and illuminating fashion. Our experienced staff is on hand to guide visitors through the exhibition. A comprehensive look into geothermal utilization, the exhibition includes:
The Geothermal Exhibition is open every day 09:00-17:00.
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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We offer different types and length of tours, depending on demands and group size.Book now
We serve hot and cold drinks, wine and beer. Grab and go or enjoy your time in the cafe in a light and airy space overlooking the amazing covered moss lava field.
A perfect place to hang out with your bite and free Wi-Fi!
In the Exhibition Shop we offer selected Icelandic quality souvenirs and gifts that celebrate Icelandic nature at affordable prices. We offer a great selection of products based on harnessing geothermal energy such as: Geosilica, a 100% natural supplement, extracted from the high temperature geothermal reservoir in Iceland. Saltverk's flake salt produced in the Westfjords with 100% geothermal energy
All parts and floors of the Exhibition are readily wheelchair accessible. Feel free to send us an Inquiry at firstname.lastname@example.org for any concern.
We offer plenty of parking spaces free of charge right in front of the exhibition entrance.