Gröna Lund Tivoli
Has at least four major exhibitions a year of contemporary Swedish and international art, including the popular Spring Salon.
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Djurgårdsvägen · interesting places nearby
Gröna Lund Tivoli information
Crowded Gröna Lund Tivoli has some 30 rides, ranging from the tame (a German circus carousel) to the terrifying (the Free Fall, where you drop from a height of 80m in six seconds after glimpsing a lovely, if brief, view over Stockholm). There are countless places to eat and drink in the park, but whether you’ll keep it down is another matter entirely. The Åkband day pass (Skr299) gives unlimited rides, or individual rides range from Skr20 to Skr60. Big-name concerts are often staged here in summer. Gröna Lund is a stop on the Slussen–Djurgården ferry (Skr40).