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Iceland with Rick Steves



The Museum thanks Rick Steves and Cameron Hewitt for donating their time to support the National Nordic Museum with this special event.

Join Rick Steves for a special screening of his newest Public Television production, Rick Steves’ Iceland. This one-hour special begins in Reykjavík, with endearing sights and thermal pools, plus a side-trip to the Golden Circle's gorges, geysers, and waterfalls. Then, after fording rivers in a desolate valley and spotting puffins on volcano-shaped islands, we drive the 800-mile Ring Road — connecting glaciers, fjords, geothermal hotspots, sod-roofed settlements, and majestic Icelandic nature.

Rick and his co-author/co-host, Cameron Hewitt, will share some behind-the-camera stories of the production of the show and answer questions about travel in Iceland. A reception with Rick will begin at 5pm and include the opportunity to pick up an autographed copy of the newest edition of Rick and Cameron’s Iceland guidebook and explore the Museum before the screening.


  • Rick Steves

    Rick Steves

    Rick Steves is a popular public television host, a best-selling guidebook author, and an outspoken activist who encourages Americans to broaden their perspectives through travel. But above all else, Rick considers himself a teacher. He taught his first travel class at his college campus in the mid-1970s — and now, more than 40 years later, he still measures his success not by dollars earned, but by trips impacted.

  • Cameron Hewitt

    Cameron Hewitt

    Cameron Hewitt was born in Denver, grew up in Central Ohio, and moved to Seattle in 2000 to help Rick Steves research and write America's bestselling guidebooks. Since then, Cameron has spent 100 days each year exploring Europe. He has traveled to and written about more than 35 European countries and has co-authored guidebooks on Croatia, Budapest, Iceland, Scotland, Greece, Berlin, and many more.