Really enjoyed seeing Strokkur erupt and walking round the site looking at the different pools and bubbling waters. Was interesting to see Geysir, the one that all others are named after, even though it no longer erupts. Recommend climbing up behind the site to get a view across the surrounding landscape - you can see for miles, even on a dull February day. There were a couple of coach trips there when we were there and this did make it feel a lot busier than much of Iceland that we had seen up to that point - I imagine it will be very busy in summer (especially judging by the number of toilets). Café looked good, there was a big souvenir shop selling locally made clothes and gifts as well as the usual souvenirs. Went in the multimedia exhibition (cost 1,000 ISK /approx £6 pp) and that wasn't very exciting although perhaps better for children as you can stand on a metal plate and feel an earthquake, as well as a video about the eruption of Eyjafjallajokull and a small museum of Icelandic history.
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