Gröna Lund

Gröna Lund

Gröna Lund, mainly known among the locals as "Grönan", is a popular amusement park on the island of Djurgården.

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Due to its location on the shore of a fairly densely built-up island, the park has limited development opportunities and is relatively small compared to other well-known European theme parks.

However, this does not detract from its attractiveness. In fact, the large attractions offer incredible views of central Stockholm surrounded by water and several islands.

In addition to the attractions, Gröna Lund is also a popular concert venue.

Attractions in Grönan

The amusement park, although small in size, is very rich in big thrill rides, the concentration of which here is extraordinary.

You can enjoy the fun on more than 30 roller coasters, carousels and drop towers.

The fastest roller coaster, the Jetline, reaches speeds of up to 90 km/h.

A list of all the attractions, including photos, can be found on the park's official website:

Entrance fees and opening hours

Gröna Lund is only open from mid-April to mid-September.

In May, June, July and August it is open daily, while in April and September only from Thursday to Sunday.

Opening hours vary according to the days of the week and a full calendar can be found on the website:

Ticket prices are as follows:

  • 395 sek - admission + unlimited use of attractions
  • 100 sek - Entrance to the site only (worthwhile, for example, for attending concerts and events that are often held here)
  • Online ticket purchase:

How to get there?

The nearest bus and tram stop "Liljevalchs/Gröna Lund" is about 150 metres from the main entrance.

  • Trams - line 7
  • Buses - lines 67, 970

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