Gröna Lund

Amusement park in Djurgården


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Gröna Lund – Sweden’s oldest and most charming amusement park

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On the idyllic island of Djurgården in Stockholm, in close proximity to leafy gardens and some of the city’s most popular museums, you’ll find Sweden’s oldest amusement park Gröna Lund. Among exhilarating roller coasters, breathtaking rides with a view of the entire city, food from all around the world, and the main stage with performances from world-renowned artists, you’ll find entertainment that’ll suit both young and old.

“Grönan”, which is what some of the locals call it, has entertained guests from all corners of the world since all the way back in the 1880s. The park is full of attractions for both young and old, the brave and the less brave, and a visit to Gröna Lund will always be a day full of both laughter and smiles. You can get to the park’s entrance at Allmänna gränd in a number of ways. Hop on a tram from T-Centralen, walk or take bus 67 from Karlaplan on the metro’s red line, or why not enjoy the beautiful view from the Djurgården ferry, departing from Slussen?

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If you haven’t already bought your ticket online, you can buy a Ticket to Ride upon arrival, where free admission, unlimited rides in the entire park, as well as two Jetpasses – allowing you to take the express queue for two of the park’s most popular rides – are included. Check out the park map, and head towards your next adventure! If you’re looking for a thrilling experience, perhaps the mindblowing ride Insane with its fierce spins, crazy G-forces, and freely rotating seats, the horrifying inverted roller coaster Monster, or Ikaros with a free fall from 95 meters in a 90-degree angle, might be of interest. If you’re accompanying one of our younger visitors, you might prefer to go on a scary adventure on Blå Tåget (Ghost Train), crash with each other in Barnradiobilarna (Kiddie Bumper Cars), discover the world of Pettson and Findus, or check out the view from Lilla Pariserhjulet (Little Ferris Wheel).

If you prefer experiencing Gröna Lund from the ground, you can face your worst fears in the abandoned House of Nightmares, laugh your socks off in Lustiga Huset (Fun House), or put your competitiveness to the test with your friends and family in a pentathlon. If your group loves to compete, and it’s time to once and for all settle who among you really is the sharpest shooter or the strongest, you can book a pentathlon host to guide you through the course of the competition. When it’s time for a rest, Gröna Lund offers food and drinks to suit all tastes. Here you’ll find everything from a tasty pancake buffet at Pumkin n’ Pancakes and Mexican tacos at colorful Fiesta, to Danish open sandwiches with an unbeatable view at Dansken and restaurant Biergarten with influences from the vibrant city of New York and the classic German cuisine.

In addition to all of Gröna Lunds’ rides, restaurants, and games, the park also arranges the summer’s longest music feast. During the lovely summer nights from May to September, the amusement park hosts some of the music’s great performers and the park turns into one big festival. Previously, the park has proudly presented entertainers such as Veronica Maggio, Sting, Bob Marley, and ABBA, and the upcoming music summers will not fail to impress. When buying the Grönan Live pass, you’ll also get free admission to all concerts and dance evenings for the entire summer.

Welcome to Gröna Lund and an unforgettable adventure for both young and old!

Top 3 reasons to visit

Thrilling rides for all visitors – regardless of age and ability

The summer festival on the main stage in the evening sun

The pentathlon, bringing out the competitiveness from those you might least expect it



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