There’s plenty of fun to be had in Seyðisfjörður.
Outdoor activities, dining shopping or museums and other cultural events, you can find them here!

Outdoor activites

The natural surroundings of Seyðisfjörður offer close encounters with steep high mountains and a vast open sea. During summer you can select from numerous outdoor actives, ranging from short hikes to day-long explorations by foot or sailing.
In mid-winter the ski area offers slopes for all kinds of skiers.

Sea
Angling

By request

Sea angling, cruising and bird watching. In the safe…

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Hagavöllur
Golf Course

Summer

Hagavöllur is a 9 hole golf course just above…

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Stafdalur
Ski Area

Winter

Only 9 km from Seydisfjordur by road, and 17…

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Austursigling

By request

Austursigling offers activities and entertainment for tourists. We offer boat…

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The
Church

All year

The Church in Seyðisfjörður is one of the most…

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Tvisongur
Sound Sculpture

All year

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

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Fjarðarsel
Power Plant Museum

By request

A turning point in the history of Icelandic electrification.…

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Technical
Museum of East Iceland

All year By request

The Technical Museum of East Iceland was established in 1984.…

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Sports
Centre & Gym

All year

The Sports Centre in Seydisfjordur was formally opened in…

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Swimming
hall

All year

A pleasant indoor pool with hot tubs and sauna.…

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Kayak
tours

Summer

Hlynur Oddsson, an experienced sailor, knows the fjord like…

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Arts & Culture

In Seyðisfjörður, culture has been cultivated and allowed to thrive by the local artist’s community. The town’s rich history can be explored in detail at the Technical Museum, inspiring contemporary art is the core of Skaftfell Center for Visual Art and Herðubreið community center host various events all year round. During mid-summer The Blue Church Concert series offers weekly Wednesday classical and contemporary concerts, the relaxing Blacksmith festival offers craftsmanship workshops and the LungA festival; aimed for young creators, occupy Seyðisfjörður for a week-long festivity. In winter List í ljósi festival celebrates the return of the sun at the end of February by transforming the town with artworks based on light in various forms.

Pride
parade in Seyðisfjörður

Summer

Why Pride Parade also in Seyðisfjörður? It all started…

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Autumn
Festival

Winter

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

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The
Blacksmith Festival

Summer

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

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The
Technical Museum of East Iceland

By request Summer

The Technical Museum of East Iceland was established in 1984.…

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List
í Ljósi / Art in the light

Winter

The Festival Art in the Light is an annual…

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Tvísöngur
Soundsculpture

All year

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

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Heima
Collective

All year

HEIMA is a multidisciplinary collective for emerging and established artists…

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The
Blue Church Summer Concert Series

Summer

The Blue Church Summer Concert Series was founded in…

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Fjarðarsel
Power Plant Museum

By request Summer

A turning point in the history of Icelandic electrification.…

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Skaftfell
Culture Centre

All year

Skaftfell is dedicated to nurturing and exhibiting visual art, the…

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LungA
school

Winter

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

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Ströndin
Studio

By request Summer

Ströndin Studio is an educational and experimental center for…

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LungA
Art Festival

Summer

LungA Art Festival is a yearly event held in…

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