Theme park with rides & live shows Gröna Lund - Amusement park in Stockholm, Sweden

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Lilla Allmänna Gränd 9, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden



+46 10 708 91 00

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4.30 (18255 reviews)


  • Crowd
    • Family friendly
  • Amenities
    • Toilets
    • Free Wi-Fi
    • Restaurant
    • Bar on site
    • Good for kids
  • Highlights
    • Play area
    • Live performances
  • Accessibility
    • Wheelchair-accessible lift
    • Wheelchair-accessible toilet
    • Wheelchair-accessible car park
    • Wheelchair-accessible entrance


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  • 5R. 1 year ago
    Very compact park, with great range of attractions for many ages. Beatiful as the sun sets down. Monster feels like a great addition to the park. Ikaros was amazing as always. Great staff too! No complaining, just the restrictions making the queues longer. See ya next year!

  • 5Daniel C. 11 months ago
    Great little amusement park situated near most of the big museums in Stockholm (Vasa, ABBA, Nordiska). The rollercoasters are fun, and the lines are quite short. If you go on the tower rides, you can see most of the city.

  • 5Praveen J. 11 months ago
    Loved the Dad n Daughter Day out enjoying all the rides, fortune wheels, family friends competing games, of course the food and candy or toy stores are amazing too! Don’t miss the best Cotton Candy ever in Stockholm:) NOTE: Plan to find a Parking well in advance else nearby parking it the most expensive in Stockholm:(

  • 5Kärnan Fanboy (. 1 year ago
    Amazing park. Definitely better than expected. I really like how compact it is. The pricing outside the entry price is fine and the park is well kept and clean. The operations at all of the rides were really good so even though many people were in the park I never had to wait in line that long. Definitely worth a visit if you’re in Stockholm.

  • 5Lars M. 11 months ago
    We had a lot of fun at Gröna Lund. A lot of fantastic and exciting rides.

  • 4Sz P. 7 months ago
    We loved it so much! Amazing place, exceptional rides. I was very sad, that the “Monster” was out of order on that day and the day after when we were in town. That’s why I have to give 4 stars all together. You have to book your rides in advance on the webpage in order to avoid extremely long lines. Alltogether it was a very pleasant experience for our friend group.

  • 4E. 1 year ago
    Top two amusement park in Sweden. It is small but they really has filled it up. During COVID-19 limited entrance which of course is good for the queues in the rides. Plenty of food options for the whole family. The only thing missing is that 5 star ride that takes your breath away.

  • 4Alekseyy T. 1 year ago
    Luna Park Gröna Lund in Stockholm is Sweden's oldest amusement park and amusement park. It was opened in 1883 on the island of Djurgården. Most of all, the rides will be delighted, of course, by children, but adults also have something to see here. Haunted house, roller coaster, Ferris wheel, laugh room, shooting galleries, go-karts, Viking ship, shooting gallery, lotteries, candy stalls ... Of the typically Scandinavian attractions, many prefer the "Merry House": you need to make your way to it along a staircase that spreads out in different directions, and to leave it - on a rug sliding down. Visitors also love the Broom ride, based on the books and films about Harry Potter, on which the whole family can hover in the air on brooms. Of particular note is the "Eclipse" carousel, opened in spring 2013. This 120-meter-high attraction has 12 seats for two placed on 3-meter metal chains. The maximum rotation speed of the carousel reaches 70 km per hour! This, by the way, the world's tallest carousel offers an excellent view of the Swedish capital. In addition, the Gröna Lund amusement park often hosts concerts of various jazz, pop and rock performers.

  • 4Anni S. 4 months ago
    We've been here in summer, despite the idea that it may be super crowded, it wasn't. Sure, we had to wait some minutes here and there, which is normal, but I expected it to be much longer. Had some fries there, those were fine. Loved the House of Horrors, even though I didn't see much because we rushed through. :-D All in all - very nice experience.

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Last updated: 2022-04-24