Fákasel is a Horse Park in South Iceland, only a 30-minute drive from Reykjavík, where you can meet the Icelandic Horse, daily in a live Horse Show. The Riding Hall offer’s unique experience in complete with a panoramic screen showing natural images from Iceland. The show itself takes about 15 minutes and after the show all guests are able to meet the friendly horses, pet them, and take photographs and selfies with them.
The Icelandic Horse is the only horse in the world with five gaits so you are in for a treat.
The restaurant at Fákasel Horse Park offers an authentic Icelandic gourmet menu with a variety of delicious foods, featuring the freshest locally grown ingredients. Groups and parties can also be accommodate in the restaurant, group menu is available with three-course meals. In addition to the restaurant, there is also a café offering a wide selection of pastries and coffee beverages.
The restaurant and café are open daily from 12:00 to 22:00, year round.
One of Iceland’s most extensive privately-owned collections of geological treasures, including stones, fossils, minerals, and more can be found at Fákasel. For four generations, a family has travelled and collected these beautiful earthly gems, which they have generously shared with the public in this exhibition. After you’ve viewed the collection, make sure to stop by the gift shop where you’ll find unique keepsakes to remember your experience.
What people are saying
This was a scheduled stop for us as part of a coach tour. I don't mind horses, and they were cute enough with very thick fur. But there were only 3 out for general viewing, to see more or get close you had to pay...More
We arrived for the 430pm Show which is 15 minutes. The kids were very much looking forward to it at the end of the golden circle route! The show started a 1/2 hour late as they were waiting for a tour bus. I think it...More
We stopped here on a Gray Line tour. We watched a short film on what makes the Icelandic Horse different. Short muscular stature, thick hair, 5 gaits and brought over by the first Viking. No other horse breeds have been introduced to Iceland and are...More
We booked online & arrived to find out the show was cancelled. Once everything was sorted out, we were able to see the show another day. We had to be picked up by the bus as we no longer had the car rental. Once we...More
TripAdvisor said hours 10-22, but they weren't open and the horse trainer we saw didn't seem interested in talking to us. Was hoping to make some special memories for my daughter's 16th birthday, but we ended up just leaving at 10:45a.