Gröna Lund, Stockholm
As all big Scandinavian cities Stockholm has an amusement park of course, it is called Gröna Lund. Unfortunately we didn't have the time to go - but on our tour through Scandinavia we visited Linnanmäki (Helsinki) and Tivoli (Copenhagen) instead!! Maybe next time!
Screamy noisy always fun park of attractions. Grona land has 30 different types of rides for you to enjoy them: 14 of them for all the visitors, others- with limitation by hight. For every each ride you have to pay separately unless you bought green card or gift card or smth limilar. This part is a beautiful place you may enjoy visiting with friends and family.
Your money is much better spent in nearby Skansen. Although the activities of Grune Lund are really fun and charming, it takes a lot of skill to win something in the funfair and it's expensive too!!! Skansen is just a short walk away. It's on the same island as Grune Lund. We visited on a sunny Sunday afternoon and got some great photographs of the old fashioned houses and villagers.
This place is good fun for the kids, but a living hell for any one over fifteen-sixteen years of age. It's loud, very expensive, smelly and packed with people. If you want to eat, don't set your mind up for a good meal, you'll wind up with a hot-dog any way. There is one restaurant, but that place is expensive, but at least I think the food is good. The rides are exciting, the first time, then you get tired. So, take a tip from me, don't waste your time at this "amusement park" unless you rent the whole damn place for yourself. ;D
The amusement park, Gröna Lund is Sweden's second best (the best according to many Stockholm-living people, but that IS NOT true, Liseberg in Gothenburg is alot bigger).
It is worth a visit, you can either ride the rides, go on a consert or enjoy a meal at the water.
Haven´t been there, but Grönalund is the amusement park in Stockholm. You get there with this sppecial ferry that is leaving at the harbour in the old town.... The ship itself is an eyecatcher I think!
A haunted house. I remember when I was 13 and I went with 3 of my friends there. We were screaming and ran almost the whole time. And real people as ghosts and zombies were unique. We were so relieved that we got out. But i think that place is no longer as scary as it was then. But in any case it was a fun experience. :)
In Djugarden island near the water, there are some attractions (many for children). The stockholm view from the top of some attractions can be nice.
The park is open from May to September.
The Gröna Lund is located on the island Djurgårdens and is the main theme park in the Stockholm Region. It basically is just a permanent fun fair with lots of attractions.
Stockholms enda tivoli. Ar oppet
fran maj-augusti. Ett litet trevligt tivoli som har allt fran berg och dalbana till konserter.
The Spokhuset was so much fun. I actually got scared. 'Live ghosts' come out of the shadows to scare you.
The Blue Train is a classic horror train. Not as scary as the Spook House, but it does have it's moments. I love the shelf of plates falling off the wall at the end!
Don´t miss the thrilling roller-coaster and the cataput. There are many attractions for small kids and plenty of restaurants and cafées.
Tivoli Gröna Lund is an amusement park on Djurgården Island. It covers 15 acres and has over 30 attractions. It was founded in 1883 by James Schultheiss.