Tours and Tickets by Geothermal Exhibition
Skip the Line: Geothermal Exhibition - Basic Tour Entrance Ticket
Skip the line by booking your entrance to the Geothermal Exhibition at Hellisheiði Power Plant, the largest geothermal single site unit in the world. Your ticket includes a guided tour of the exhibition, which explains how Iceland produces green, sustainable energy, which accounts for more than 70 percent of energy consumed by Icelanders. After your tour, you can independently explore the displays, which include an earthquake simulator.
Golden Circle and Green Energy Minibus Tour from Reykjavik
Visit Iceland’s Golden Circle sights and learn how its geothermal activity is used to generate energy on this day tour from Reykjavik. Discover how some of the country’s sustainable power is produced at the Hellisheiðarvirkjun geothermal plant, and see the three Golden Circle landmarks of Thingvellir National Park, Geyser, and Gullfoss waterfall. Plus, take in other scenic wonders, including Faxi waterfall. Air-conditioned transport and a break for lunch (own expense) included.
Skip the Line: Geothermal Exhibition Entrance Ticket - VIP Tour Birta
Enhance your knowledge of and appreciation for renewable energy on this private guided tour of the geothermal exhibition at Hellisheiði Geothermal Power Plant, the largest geothermal single site power plant in the world. As you explore the power plant, get insights from your guide about how almost 100 percent of Iceland's energy comes from renewable sources. Includes a welcome drink and snacks.
Skip the Line: Geothermal Exhibition - Energy Entrance Ticket
Iceland is renowned for its commitment to renewable energy — renewable power sources account for more than 70 percent of total primary energy consumption, more than anywhere else. Sustainable energy is a complicated subject but you can learn all about it by visiting the geothermal exhibition at Hellisheidi Power Plant, the world's largest geothermal single site unit.
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Even though it is very cool to hear and see how progressive and clean the powerplant works, we only got to see 3 short movies to explain the process and one floor with very few things to see for as much as 3.900 ISK (2 pers.). We were expecting a tour around the plant, at least…
You wouldn't think of a power plant as a highlight of a trip but it was so nicely presented and interesting.
Two things you realize about Iceland when you visit in the winter is the importance of being prepared to adapt to potentially changing weather and road conditions and the prevalence of warm building interiors even in the winter. The On Power Geothermal Exhibition provides a nice…
There was a lot of information and it was interesting. However, would have liked to have someone convey it in a more interesting way.
To visit this place is to appreciate how Iceland harnesses its energy sources the most efficient and intelligent way. Worth a visit to learn how they convert steam to electricity. It has a great coffee shop as well. The structure itself is modern designed. The thermal…