Harpa Reykjavik Concert Hall and Conference Centre, Reykjavik

4.5
Architecturally inspired by Icelandic nature, volcanoes, and Arctic light, Harpa Reykjavik Concert Hall and Conference Centre plays host to concerts, comedy shows, and conferences. The structure's steel framework supports clear glass panels of different shapes, accented by colored glass panels in no obvious pattern. Join a guided tour of the enormous hall to learn more about the building and to gain access to areas normally off limit to the public. Inspirock's itinerary builder makes planning a Reykjavik trip simple and quick.
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  • It is a very unique building, with those glass walls that change color depending on the light they receive from the sun or even without it. Large, with halls for concerts, cinema, souvenirs, etc I wasn't lucky enough to attend a show, but it must be wonderful
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  • The outside of this concert hall is simply stunning; we took a walk along the water to see Solfar Voyager and on our way back it began to pour! We took shelter in Harpa and the inside is even more bre...  more »
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  • Quite a stunning piece of architecture located right along the shore line that makes for a great resting spot if you’re walking along the shore. Beautiful large modern glass siding and non geometric sidewall edges make for a striking look that is very unique. Building is open to the public even where there is no show occurring and inside there are some exhibits of local artists and the inside is just as magnificent as the outside. It’s nicely climate controlled and makes for a nice break to get away from the wind and cold outside.
  • The Harpa Hall is a very beautiful building on a aesthetic and on a architectural way. The name means first summer of the month in the ancient Icelandic calendar. It is considered as a modern symbol of the Icelandic economy as it was built surrounded by the 2008 economic crisis and despite of the bank crash the project (as the country) was concluded bright and solid.
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