Starting in summer 2019, you'll be able to include an unforgettable visit to the ground-breaking attraction that is FlyOver Iceland, where you'll experience a stunning presentation of Iceland’s natural forces at work and then take a 'flight-ride' above some of Iceland's most remote and stunning landscapes.
A former fish meal factory now houses an art museum, the studio of renowned Icelandic-Danish artist Olafur Eliasson (he designed the exterior of Harpa) and the sleek and very trendy Marshall Restaurant+Bar.
Finish your visit with a stop at this unique outdoor art piece at the far end of the cape. It's a small round hill with a summit-top homage to the old tradition of wind-drying fish. The artist behind it, Olof Nordal, wanted it to be a place for peace within the city. You can look back across the old harbour to Harpa, where your outing started. In the Icelandic alphabet, it's written "Þúfa" alough it's "TH-OO-FHA".