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Visiting the Blue Lagoon Without Getting in the Water

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My family (which includes 6 and 3 year old daughters) will be spending three days in the Reykjavik area starting in a little over a week.

The day we arrive (7 AM arrival) I was thinking of spending part of the day recovering from our flight and part of the day at the Blue Lagoon. My wife has already stated that she has no intention of getting in the water. This being the case, should we just skip the Blue Lagoon altogether, or will there be enough other reason for us to still go?

If we do skip the Blue Lagoon, what other areas of interest could we see in the Keflavik area?

We plan to spend the second day driving the Golden Circle and the third day in Reykjavik visiting the National Museum, the Saga Museum and wandering a bit of the city.

We fly out to continue our journey to Germany early on the fourth day.

Thank you for any advice or suggestions you have!

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