In the COVID-19 era Hallgrimskirkja is open for visitors Monday to Sunday 11am – 3pm.
More information at our english webpage: en.hallgrimskirkja.is
The normal rhythm of mass and services in non-COVID-19 time:
Service every Sunday at 11 am.
Preyers. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 12 – 12:15 pm.
English service in the last Sunday in the month at 2 pm.
Opening hours & admission charge for church tower:
Church: 11 am – 3pm. Tower: Monday – Saturday: 11pm – 2:45pm. Because of the service on Sundays the tower is closed from 10:30am – 12pm.
Admission to the tower:
Adults ISK 1000
Children 7-16 years old ISK 100
Email to the manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hallgrimskirkja, the Church of Hallgrimur, is a national monument, dedicated to the most renowned religious poet of Iceland, Hallgrímur Pétursson. The parish is part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Iceland. Hallgrimskirkja towers over the center of Reykjavik, and its 73-meter high tower provides a wonderful view over the entire city. Building work started in 1945, and the church was finally consecrated on October 26, 1986. The state architect, Guðjónn Samúelsson (1887-1950) designed the church. He drew richly on Icelandic traditions and materials. The concert organ was inaugurated in 1992. It was constructed by Johannes Klais Orgelbau in Bonn, Germany. Friends of the Arts of Hallgrimskirkja was founded in 1982 and is the organizer of artistic events in the church. A festival of sacred art is held every second year and the International Organ Summer takes place every year.
Wikipedia on Hallgrimskirkja see this link.