The park has transformed to a Halloween park. Not very scary at all. Very very long lines. Not so much transformation to a scary park.
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The setting is pretty ideal, it sits directly on the bank of Djurgarden Island and resembles a slightly smaller copy of the big one in Copenhagen. It has 7 roller coasters and many rides for little whipper-snappers i.e. wee ones. If time permits, and the...More
We visited Grona Lund on a whim after my son spotted it on a boat tour and was so excited to visit. We hadn’t planned on it but since we had a Stockholm Pass we figured it didn’t hurt. Note that even with a pass,...More
This theme park is set near the centre of Stockholm on the island of Djurgarden. You pay to get in, and then pay extra for rides using a token system. I didn't go on the rides myself but instead enjoyed walking around the park taking...More
I went here at night time which I would recommend as the neon lighting is like a 1950s American diner. A very popular spot.
2 Families and 5 teenagers and we all had a blast! This amusement park has something for everyone, including good restaurants! You can easily cover the entire park in half a day and rides are great! The ride "Insane" is just that... INSANE!! I have...More
This is a place for the whole family! The rides were for young and older and some were definitely for thrill seekers. So great to see families and friends spending a day at a place for old fashioned fun.
'Ello chaps! Ready for a wild ride in Stockholm's famous Djugarden island? Gröna Lund is an amusement park in Stockholm, Sweden. It is a park that has a lot packed into it's small size. Multiple roller coasters, haunted house, and more! What always captured my...More
This is the same owners and operators as the Tivoli in Copenhagen. We love Tivoli and Grona Lunds is another gem. Your kids will adore the park and you will probably enjoy your time here as well. Take the ferry from Galam Stan and walk...More