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Harpa Guided Tours

Experience the magic of Harpa

Experience the award-winning architecture of Harpa and visit areas that are not open to the general public. We offer three unique types of trips along with several promotional packages.

Guided Tour

Experience the award-winning architecture of Harpa and visit areas that are not open to the general public. Your guide will share some of Harpa’s secrets, stories of odd incidents and the struggles during the economic crisis.

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Guided Tour with Live Music

Experience the award-winning architecture of Harpa and visit areas that are generally not open to the public, along with a cherry on top – a musical performance in an exclusive area with breath-taking views of Harpa‘s surroundings.

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Acoustical Guided Tour

During the guided tour, Elsa Waage, an experienced Icelandic opera singer, will give you a live demonstration of the acoustics in one or more of our concert halls by performing traditional Icelandic songs.

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Guided Tour + Iceland in a Box

In this combo is a Guided Tour and a ticket to Iceland in a Box.

2.500 ISK

Packgage 1

Guided Tour + Iceland in a Box

Guided tour

Experience the award-winning architecture of Harpa and visit areas that are not open to the general public. Your guide will share some of Harpa’s secrets, stories of odd incidents and the struggles during the economic crisis. Learn how Icelandic nature, volcanoes and the Arctic light inspired the unique design and the amazing glass facade of the house – and photograph it from new intriguing angles; allowing you to explore the less visible brilliance of this world-renowned architectural masterpiece.

Iceland in a Box: A Visual Tour

The film, which is fifteen minutes long, presents Iceland in all its diversity. You fly through waterfalls, a marathon and a volcano even erupts.

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