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The Northern Light Center

4.3/530 Reviews
Science & Technology Museum

Business Hours

Monday-Sunday 9:00-21:00

Address

Grand Park, 2 101 Reykjavík
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About The Northern Light Center

The Reykjavik Aurora Borealis Centre is located in the old port of Reykjavik and was created by four young people with a large brain hole. Their original intention was to learn the knowledge, stories and legends of the popular science aurora from the original, to understand the scientific principles behind Aurora, and to learn how to take aurora photos better. The center also exhibited excellent photography in Iceland and around the world. The aurora works of the division.

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  • 我的宝贝小胖子
    5.0

    Among the regions rich in aurora, Nordic Europe has become the brightest destination. Nordic is located in the Arctic Pole, the phenomenon of aurora is perennial, but the summer aurora can not be seen by naked eyes. Every September to April of the next year, it is the high incidence period of aurora, and it is also the most suitable time to watch the Arctic. Norway is the best place in the world to watch the aurora borealis in terms of geographic location, temperature comfort and occurrence probability.

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  • 玩鬧
    5.0

    The Icelandic aurora is chasing the aurora in Iceland, with an unexpected chance. Some people go to guard the place where aurora may appear every night and wait, while others wade in the shop bed and see the aurora outside the window.

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  • Tiramisu8511
    5.0

    Aurora season usually stays for three nights to see at least one aurora. Fortunately, we can catch up with Aurora levels 4 to 5, and all kinds of aurora are flying in the sky like ribbons. Aurora Borealis, for the sake of looking at you, I can't see the cold when I enter the deep mountains, and finally I can see the center of the mountain; sledge, I sacrifice more, turn left two times, hit a nose, and it's cold to madness, but I still see the miracle of nature, which is life without regret.

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  • zhangfeifei
    4.0

    Iceland is close to the Arctic Circle, with the least light pollution, and is the best place to see the aurora. Icelanders, like the privilege of the aurora borealis, can see the aurora borealis for nearly eight months a year and all over Iceland. Of course, looking at the aurora always requires luck. We have to gamble, though we can't meet, because chasing the aurora itself is a happy thing. Everyone on the way turned on the Aurora Prediction APP from time to time to check the Aurora Index at night.

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  • 海星j
    5.0

    There are so many places worth seeing, and there is little daylight. This is a nature park. You can visit it for several days. Every time you come, you will experience something different. You will exclaim that "God, God" "Nature" magazine has written a poem about this island. Iceland is both our past and our future.

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    Reviewed on 1499354521000
  • _jeanine_
    5.0

    From September to April next year, Reykjavik will have a lot of aurora-hunting activities. Operating companies will judge whether the aurora will start based on the weather conditions and Aurora index of the day. If the conditions are right, the guide will drive you to a location with a wide view and wait for the aurora to come. If you can't travel or can't see the aurora due to weather, you can usually take part in the second night's Aurora chase free of charge.

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  • Miss Lexus
    4.0

    Iceland is the only country in the world that can see the aurora borealis all over the country. This time because of weather, time and other reasons, the only regret is that there is no chance to trace the Northern Lights. So the night before leaving, I went to the Aurora Center in Reykjavik, learned some knowledge about hunting for aurora, and enjoyed watching on the big screen (with sandbags for visitors to lie down) especially VR experienced a feeling of aurora. Come back next time, we must make up for this defect!

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    Reviewed on 1538408846000
  • 是条胳膊
    5.0

    Because Iceland went in summer, although it avoided the winter ice and snow, but also regretted not to see the aurora, listen to the hotel people say, you can come to this Aurora experience center to feel, the result came to find good, but also to make up for the regret.

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  • M49****970
    5.0

    Aurora should be one of the most beautiful sceneries on earth in my heart. Every time I see the magical aurora, my heart is surging, and my pursuit of the aurora has never stopped. How can you miss the aurora when you come to Iceland in winter? Local travel agencies will have the project of polar observation. If you drive by yourself, you can be more free. Just drive away from the light hazards of the city and wait. Waiting for the aurora is also a test of luck and patience. Every time you wait for hours on a cold night, you have the idea of giving up. But practice has proved that when you want to give up, and grit your teeth to say to yourself again insist, the God of luck will come.

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    Reviewed on 1522008769000
  • 热爱生活0618
    5.0

    A huge green ribbon of light floats in the sky, occupying one tenth of the sky, dancing in the wind, which is the leading role of the stage. Several supporting roles on the right side, standing at the far end, change rhythmically, appear suddenly, sometimes blossom in the sky, disappear instantly, come out slowly and slowly from time to time, fade slowly, and the color changes from time to time, dark green, light green, dark blue, azure blue, bright purple, with snow, sea water, golden meadow, although there are light pollution of lighthouse and city, it is really beautiful, this venue aunt. Let's call it the dance of the aurora.

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