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All reviews amusement park roller coaster all ages fun house free fall haunted house unlimited rides ride tickets bumper cars great theme park fun park entrance fee a lot of fun whole family great fun kids and adults djurgarden island
Went here for the 1st time and I was pleasantly surprised. It's not your normal theme park in my eyes but please don't be put off by it! There are some incredible rides and alot of variety. Whether you love scary rides, little rides or...More
Having heard that a timber roller coaster was here we were keen to ride it as you get sideways movement you don’t get with the modern metal rides. This one had timber sleepers on a ridged metal frame. You have to pay to enter the...More
We had so much fun at Grona Lunds! Despite it covering a relatively small area, they've crammed lots in and the roller coasters and the tower rides were great fun! The House of Nightmares was well worth the extra money - the live actors were...More
Theme park built on an Island, Amazing place to have a theme park.
Short ferry ride to the park, and the view coming back was awesome.
Rides were brilliant and queuing time was reasonable.
We would definitely come back.
I'll begin by saying that I'm a theme park enthusiast and Grona Lund was a real driving factor for my visit to Stockholm. I'd researched the rides and was ready for a long day experiencing this historic park.
It's only open in weekends this time...More
We visited here as my brother is a high level theme park fan, a true purveyor or quality coasters and Grona Lund was on his list to explore. The park entrance fee is rather steep but the theming once you're in is pleasant and not...More
The park needs to check the safety of the rides, the straps and mechanisms on the rides don’t hold the person in place that well. On many rides the person’s head goes all over the place. The Tovoli Garden in Copenhagen is much safer and...More
I went here with my nine year old daughter, who is just under 140cm.
That said there were so many rides we could do together. We went towards the end of August on a wet weekday. As a result there were virtually no queues and...More
Gröna Lund was quite busy when we visited but thankfully the queues were not excessively long and we were not waiting more than 30 minutes or so for a ride. In the 5 hours we were there we managed to go on every ride except...More
if you've been to Copenhagen's Tivoli - this branch is smaller, the attractions are practically touching one another - still - its good enough for hours of fun - to the smaller and to the older and courageous - again - its the pay some...More
The island of Djurgården and its northern mainland extension, Djurgårdsbrunn, impress with a mix of nature and an abundance of museums, while being located in walking distance to Stockholm’s city center. Djurgården not only invites visitors to take endless walks through a beautiful park landscape without having to leave the city, but also offers an incredible range of entertainment facilities, such as
an open air museum which specializes in the Swedish way of life pre-industrialization, the renowned Vasa Museum with its legendary sailing ship, and Sweden’s most famous amusement park Gröna Lund, which is more than a 100 years old.
Response from shaneinsweden | Reviewed this property |
The booklet has 20 vouchers, each ride costs 1-3 vouchers.
If you download the pdf guide/map from their website (there is a version in english) you can see which rides have height restrictions. The children can ride alone.