Geysir Center

The Geysir Center located at the Geysir Hot Spring Area presents information on geothermal wonders, Northern Lights, earthquakes and ice caves through a dynamic multimedia show including an earthquake simulator.

The upper half of the museum offers a sneak peek into agricultural life through a series of exhibits including video shorts on wool production as well as regional dairy processing.

The centre also has one of the biggest souvenir shops in Iceland that offers a pleasant shopping atmosphere a large selection. The store itself was designed and built in the spirit of sustainability. The interior is made from recycled materials, diverse tools and wooden bits and pieces collected from old, abandoned farm houses. The ambiance is relaxed, allowing for a great shopping experience.

A new restaurant will be opened in the Geysir area soon. The Supa restaurant will focus on delicious, healthy food, great soups and a good selection of vegetarian options. The opening of Supa is scheduled for May 2017. Meanwhile the other restaurants; Kantina restaurant, Glima bistro and the Hotel Geysir restaurant, will cater to and welcome visitors at Geysir with a wide range of food and drinks.

Hotel Geysir was awarded the innovation prize of the Icelandic Tourist Board in 2000 for the Geysir Centre.