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The top 7 museums and exhibitions on the Reykjanes Peninsula

While some visitor attractions on the Reykjanes peninsula are well known – the Blue Lagoon and Fagradalsfjall volcano spring to mind – others fly under the radar. You might not realise, for instance, that there are a number of excellent museums and exhibitions covering a range of topics. Why not call in at one of these next time you’re passing?
Picture from eruption site July 3rd. Picture by H0rdur

New eruption - new lava! Important information

Important information for travellers looking into hiking to the eruption site.

New eruption in Reykjanes peninsula

Today a new eruption started in Reykjanes. Travellers and visitors are asked to stay away from the area while the situation is being assessed by scientists and Authorities.

Why you should visit the Reykjanes Peninsula during winter

Mt. Keilir og Keilisbörn. Picture by Snorri

Earthquake swarm in Reykjanes

Travellers and hikers are asked to be aware of the risk of rock falling and landslides

Tips to travel sustainably in Iceland

When is the best time to travel to Iceland?

Your ultimate guide to fishing on the Reykjanes Peninsula

The top 3 geothermal areas on the Reykjanes Peninsula

Why not discover what Reykjanes has to offer?

Earthquake swarm prompts civil protection alert on Reykjanes Peninsula

The state police civil protection department last night declared an uncertainty phase—the lowest of Iceland’s three elevated alert levels—due to the earthquake swarm that began yesterday near Eldvörp, on the Reykjanes peninsula. The civil protection department met yesterday evening to discuss the situation. --> Show caution in and around mountains/hills/slopes due to danger of rockfall/landslides.

What to bring on your volcano hike in Iceland during Summer or Spring