Come along and discover the fun and beauty of Royal Djurgården island in an easier way than ever before. Our enormous train will start at Nordic Museum and stop close to almost every attraction on the island including museums, galleries, amusement parks, restaurants and more. By downloading our app you get a fully guided tour in your language, which automatically stops if you hop off, and starts when hop on again. You can hop on and hop off as many times you want with your Day Pass.
Nordiska museet is Sweden’s largest museum of cultural history. Discover clothes and fashion, textiles and jewellery, homes and furniture, photography, toys, folk art, glass and porcelain.
From here you are a step away to visit the museum of Spirits and the Viking museum. The museum of Spirits, a museum of alcohol culture in Sweden, an interaktiv exhibition where visitors use their senses to explore different scents. When visiting the Viking museum, hop on The adventure ride: Ragnfrid’s saga which takes you along on a captivating journey through Viking age.
Gröna Lund's roots are in the 1880s, making it Sweden's oldest amusement park with: 30 thrilling rides! Over 60 magical concerts spread out during the summer! Plenty of fun for adults and kids alike!
Welcome to Sweden’s most beautiful art museum! Prince Eugen’s Waldemarsudde, originally the home of Prince Eugen (1865-1947), is now among the most-visited art museums in Sweden.
A vibrant marina where people come together, make sure to visit Café Ekorren, built in 1897 for the world exhibition in Stockholm and try their Bleak roe toast from North of Sweden.
The Thiel Gallery is recognized as one of the finest art museums in Sweden and is beautifully set in walled grounds at Blockhusudden. The gallery houses a unique collection of works including Eugène Jansson, Carl Larsson, Bruno Liljefors, Edvard Munch, August Strindberg and Anders Zorn.
Arrive or depart into the archipelago with M/S Ballerina, M/S Gurli, M/S Kung Ring or M/S Kanholmen. For more traffic information visit www.sl.se When here, make sure to visit Café Blockhusporten.
They say that Queen Kristina used the land surrounding Djurgårdsbrunn for hunting wild Lions - Thankfully for the Lions no royalties does this anymore. Make sure to visit the Djurgårdsbrunn Inn for lunch or dinner in a very relaxed and pleasant atmosphere.
From here you can access the Museum of Technics, Maritime, Police, Sports and Ethnographics. The new bridge "Folke Bernadottes bro" was inaugurated 2019 and takes you straight in to the park.
Rosendal Castle originally served as King Karl XIV Johan´s palace. The house was built in 1823-1826 after drawings by architect Fredrik Blom. The palace stands today largely as it did in Karl Johan's lifetime, which makes Rosendal a unique documentation of the European Empire style, in Sweden also known as the Karl Johan style. As a visitor at the Gardens of Rosendal, you can enjoy the garden as well as enjoy a meal, sandwich or something sweet from our artisanal bakery in the greenhouse café. We also have a farmshop on site as well as a plantshop.
At this restaurant area you can visit Villa Godthem & Ulla Winbladh both traditional Swedish restaurants, both have served food since 1897. If you are looking for a café, don't miss "Flickorna Helin Skånska Gruvan"