It isn’t Old Faithful but the Strokkur Geysir in southwest Iceland was worth the drive. It’s eruptions are not as high as Old Faithful but, like clockwork, it erupts every 6-10 minutes (usually 15-20 meters/50-65 feet in height) . Located a little more than 60 miles from Rekjavik, it was a pleasant drive through the countryside. There is no admission charge; you can walk right up to it. There are, of course, the usual tourist souvenir shops near the site. On the walk up to Strokkur is a small pool that is bubbling like boiling water named Litli Geysir–more a bubbling pool than an actual geysir but pretty cool nonetheless.
Videos of both are below. Enjoy the eruption…
Litli Geysir (just 13 seconds)
Strokkur Geysir…(Click the lower right corner to make it full-screen–55 seconds–watch the water begin to pulsate in the hole as the eruption nears)