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Perlan Museum - Wonders of Iceland Reykjavík

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Perlan Museum - Wonders of Iceland
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last update on Jul 26, 2019
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Adult ISK3,990
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The ice of the world's only indoor ice cave comes from the Vatnajökull Glacier, the largest glacier in Iceland and Europe.
© D. Eisenrauch / TouriSpo The ice of the world's only indoor ice cave comes from the Vatnajökull Glacier, the largest glacier in Iceland and Europe.

Perlan Museum is one of Iceland's most visited attractions, located at the capital Reykjavík. Here you have the opportunity to experience the several of Iceland's unique natural phenomena in one place. Currently, the dome-shaped building houses several exhibitions, a cutting-edge planetarium, a 360-degree view platform over Reykjavík, a café, a souvenir shop and a gourmet restaurant. 

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How to get there

Perlan Museum is located on a hill near Reykjavík Airport. The best way to get there is by public city buses. In addition, a free shuttle bus runs every 30 minutes from Harpa Concert Hall in the city centre to Perlan.

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Perlan - Wonders of Iceland Trailer | 01:25
Perlan Ice Cave Walk-Through
Walking through the Ice Cave at Perlan Museum. 350 tonns...

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Perlan Museum - Wonders of Iceland
Varmahlíð 1
105
Reykjavík
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