14th March 2023

Hljóðhim­nar birth­day cel­eb­ra­tion

A program for children and families. Free admission.

Hljóðhimnar, an experience space for children and families, in Harpa is 1 year old in March and will be celebrated with a birthday party on Saturday, March 18. There will be an impressive program in Harpa, musical games and birthday crown making workshop, and the guest of honor Maximus Musicus will greet the birthday guests.


Vísa/Stemma - 11:00-13:00 Crown making workshop with ÞYKJÓ

Hörpuhorn - 11:30-12:00 Clap clap stomp stomp workshop with Siggi&Ingibjörg

Open areas/Hnoss/Hljóðhimnar - 12:00 Maximus Musicus greets birthday guests

Hörpuhorn - 13:00-13:30 Clap, clap, stomp stomp workshop with Siggi&Ingibjörg

Open areas/Hnoss/Hljóðhimnar - 13:00 Maximus Musicus greets birthday guests

Children's brunch at Hnoss

Hnoss restaurant and bar will have a special children's brunch during the birthday celebration. It is recommended to book a table in advance at dineout.is/hnoss. Children aged 0-5 eat free, 6-12 pay ISK 2,400 and adults ISK 4,900.

"We will have fun, colorful and nutritious dishes for the whole family, with a special focus on children. Then we will have a chocolate fountain and fruit to dip into the fountain, which was a total success among the children who came to the Christmas party when we offered the chocolate fountain.


Rammagerðin also participates in the birthday celebration and offers a 20% discount on children's t-shirts and overalls from the Reykjavík line "Ó Reykjavík".

Crown making workshop

The designers of ÞYKJÓ who were responsible for the design of Hljóðhimnar help birthday guests to create their own crown to enhance the festive mood in Harpa.

Clap clap stomp stomp workshop

The musical team Siggi&Ingibjörg lead the birthday guests in musical games and the only instruments we need are ourselves! Clapping, stomping and singing in an approximately half hour long workshop where everyone can participate.

Hljóðhimnar are open as usual and birthday guests are invited to flow freely between venues.

Admission is free and everyone is welcome!