Autumn Festival

The Autumn Festival is a local market-, harvest and family festival.

Crafts- and flea markets are in several locations. An ideal chance to find that special unique souvenir you can cherish for years to come. Harvest products for sale fresh from the farms. Special offers on food, drinks and products in various establishments all over town. Many family oriented activities, cultural activities and free museum admissions.

The festival takes place annually and is situated in many different locations in town.

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Herðubreið
– Community and Culture House

YES
All year

The Herðubreið Community and Culture House hosts various performances,…

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Skálar

YES
All year

Skálar is a Centre for Sound Art and Experimental…

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Heima
Collective

YES
All year

HEIMA is a multidisciplinary collective for emerging and established artists…

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Tvísöngur
Soundsculpture

YES
All year

Tvisongur is a site-specific sound sculpture by German artist Lukas…

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List
í Ljósi / Art in the light

YES
Winter

The Festival Art in the Light is an annual…

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LungA
school

YES
Winter

Briefly put, the LungA School is an independent, artist-led…

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The
Technical Museum of East Iceland

YES
Temporarily closed

On the 18th of December 2020, a landslide struck…

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The
Blacksmith Festival

YES
Summer

The Blacksmith Festival takes place annually in late July at the Technical…

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Pride
parade in Seyðisfjörður

YES
Summer

Why Pride Parade also in Seyðisfjörður? It all started…

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LungA
Art Festival

YES
Summer

LungA Art Festival is a yearly event held in…

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Ströndin
Studio

YES
By request Summer

Ströndin Studio is an educational and experimental center for…

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Skaftfell
Center for Visual Art

YES
All year

An independent, non-profit organization, Skaftfell serves as the principal…

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Fjarðarsel
Power Plant Museum

YES
By request Summer

A turning point in the history of Icelandic electrification.…

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