Unravel the mysteries and science behind the elusive Northern Lights with a guided tour of the Aurora Reykjavik museum, plus listen to a stimulating lecture by one of the center's owners and experts. A short bus ride through Iceland's capital city brings you to Aurora Reykjavik, an impressive space exploring all the amazing aspects of the Northern Lights. Explore the history of the lights through interactive displays and follow the legends and stories of people all over the world who have seen them in the sky. Watch an HD film in the comfortable theatre and view a collection of photography showcasing the lights, including a photo booth that teaches you how to capture your own images. Then enjoy an exclusive lecture presented by one of the museum's owners, who provides expert insight into a variety of topics: scientific background; how the human eye views the lights; how light pollution and time of year affects viewings; and the role man plays in seeing them across the globe. Take it all in before being transported by coach back to the pier.
• Aurora Reykjavik: Learn all about the Aurora Borealis through interactive museum exhibits, an educational film, and photography displays.
• Northern Lights: One of the museum center's owners and experts delivers a private lecture on the lights' scientific origins.
• Reykjavik: Once you've had your fill of fun and learning you'll take a motor coach back to the ship.
What to Bring:
• SeaPass card and photo identification
• Cash/credit cards
• Sun protection
What to Wear:
• Hat and sunglasses
• Walking shoes
• Guests must be able to walk approximately .3 miles over flat surfaces, with inclines and about 2 steps and extended periods of standing.
• Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
• Guests needing special assistance must be accompanied by an able-bodied companion.
• Tour sequence may vary.
• We do not guarantee sightings of the Aurora Borealis and there is no refund.
• Tour duration may be 4:00 hours to 4:45 hours depending on routes taken in search of the Northern Lights.