Krafla Visitor Centre

The Power of Krafla

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The Krafla geothermal area in Mývatnssveit in northeast Iceland is one of the most famous geothermal areas worldwide. Krafla’s Visitor Centre gives visitors an insight into the incredible power underneath the earth’s crust.

The Krafla Visitor Centre provides information through presentations and graphic illustrations on the area’s geology, energy generation from geothermal power, the history of geothermal energy in Iceland, and the potential of geothermal energy utilisation.

Furthermore, information is provided on the immense implications of significant eruptions from the Krafla volcano and the development of the Krafla Geothermal Station, Iceland’s first large geothermal energy station generating electricity.

It is an exciting and educational exhibition that gives visitors an insight into the wonders of geothermal energy.


Group Visit Request

The Krafla Visitor Centre is open daily during the summer from 10 AM to 5 PM.

The Visitor Centre is located in the Krafla Geothermal Station main building.

Access to the exhibition is free of charge.

If you plan to visit with a group (10 or more), you need to fill out a visit request.