Unless a day when illuminated it is just a circular construction, tiled white with peace written in different languages.
About Imagine Peace Tower
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The simplistic monument sits at the westerly end of Reykjavík's Vidy Island and can only be reached by boat. It's illuminated for a few week of the year between Iceland's national day and Lennon's birthday, when it shines powerful laser lights up into the night...More
We really enjoyed this tour. We booked it through Elding Tour Company. They were very professional and had an excellent, knowledgeable guide. Yoko Ono had this tower built for her late husband, John Lennon. It is built on the island of Videy, in Reykjavik, Iceland....More
I feel that every city ,town and village could and make should have a PEACE TOWER! WOULDN'T THE WORLD BE A BETTER PLACE FOR IT?!!!
This is the IMAGINE PEACE TOWER built by Yoko Ono in a small island outside Reykjavik harbour. This light is only on during the period from John´s birthday October 9th and shines bright until the day he died 8th December. On the tower base you...More
We saw this the night we went out to see the Northern lights whilst in Reykjavik. It was cool and nice to cross it off the bucket list.
The Peace Tower is located on an island, and only lit for a short time every year and it was something my husband has wanted to visit for a long time. We visited on a rainy night when the three of us were the only...More
This year I drove with Elding from the harbour of Reykjavik to the island Viðey at 20:00. We were a small group of 5. It rained the whole evening but probably this gave the evening a special atmosphere. The Imagine Peace Tower is an unique...More
We went on an Elding excursion by boat to Videy Island, where the light is located. The trip was well organized and our guide was well informed and helpful. This was one of the "must see" sights for my (John Lennon fan) traveling companion, and...More
This was one of my most memorable experiences in Iceland. The tour guide and tour operator were excellent - our guide was a young lady from Germany named Bipsy (or that is how it sounds, not sure the spelling). She shared alot of info about...More