Whoops. If you're in Iceland during the summer I'm sorry to say that you are out of luck seeing the northern lights in the sky. However, the Aurora Center in Reykjavik has a great exhibition where the lights are always on display.
The fascinating natural phenomenon of Northern Lights, the dancing colors and shapes in the dark arctic sky. One of the most mesmerizing experience in a lifetime combined with a bath in a natural hot spring.
Many travellers come to Iceland to see the Northern Lights. Here's an article that has the answer to questions you might have about this magnificent phenomena and how to prepare for a Northern Lights trip.
If you are travelling to Iceland in the winter chances are high that you are going to see some northern lights dancing up in the sky. Here's an informative article on where it's best to see them and how to photograph them.
Seeing the colorful Northern Lights dance around the night sky over Iceland feels magical. However, they only show up sporadically and you need to have both a little bit of luck and good preparation to maximize your chances of catching this natural wonder during your visit.