How to get here
By bus or tram
Bus 67 from Karlaplan or tram number 7 from T-Centralen will take you all the way to Gröna Lund. For easier access to the entrance, you can get off at Skansen, which is the stop after Liljevalchs/Gröna Lund.
You can also take the Metro Red Line to Karlaplan and walk from there. The walk takes about 20 minutes. For bus and tram timetables and departure points, consult the SL public transport information service
Advice for concert-goers
When concerts are held on Stora Scen (the Main Stage), the ferry and tram services usually get very busy. For this reason, we recommend taking the Metro Red Line to Karlaplan and from there either taking bus 67 or walking to Gröna Lund.
There are many good commuter car parks on the outskirts of Stockholm which allow you to avoid the inner city traffic. But if you do want to drive into the city, there’s an APCOA parking garage called Garnisonen at Linnégatan 87 a stone’s throw away from Djurgårdsbron bridge, about a 15-minute walk from Gröna Lund. Parking fees at the Garnisonen parking garage for visitors at Gröna Lund (on days when the park is open during the summer season and Halloween): Monday to Friday 17:00–01:00 SEK 50. Weekends 11:00–01:00 SEK 100. The parking garage’s standard rates apply at all other times. Read more here.
Use these zone codes at the parking garage:
Apcoa Flow Zone Code: 34592 Easypark Zone Code: 3018 Which direction are you coming from? E4 from the south Park at Flemingsberg or Älvsjö Station. Continue by commuter train to Stockholm Central station. Walk to Kungsträdgården and from there, take tram 7 to Djurgården.
E4 from the north Park at Wenner-Gren Center and take bus 52 to Sergels Torg. Change to tram 7 from Kungsträdgården bound for Djurgården.
E18 from the west Park at Wenner-Gren Center and take bus 52 to Sergels Torg. Change to tram 7 from Kungsträdgården bound for Djurgården.
E18 from the north Leave your car on the opposite side of the motorway to Danderyds Sjukhus, and take the metro to Tekniska Högskolan. Then change to bus 67 bound for Djurgården.
Charge your electric car during your visit If you’re coming in an electric or plug-in hybrid car, you can use our charging facilities during your visit. We have two charging stations with capacity for charging a total of four cars a time. It has Type 2 sockets.
To use the charging station, you need to download the Mer Sverige app. The charging spaces cannot be booked in advance, and we cannot guarantee you’ll find a free space. To check availability at the charging stations, download the app from App Store or Google Play.
By boat or public ferry
Djurgården ferries from Slussen The trip from Slussen takes about 8 minutes. Enjoy the beautiful view of Skeppsholmen. (Please note that the mooring area at Slussen has been moved about 130 metres further north to the Skeppsbron quay while Slussen is being refurbished.)
There are always staff on board who can provide assistance with strollers, wheelchairs, etc. All SL tickets that are valid in Zone A (SMS tickets, one-time cards, travel cards, pay-as-you-go cards, etc.) are valid on the route.
Ferry from Nybroplan/Nacka Strand
SL also offers ferry services between Nybroplan and Nacka Strand, which stop at Allmänna Gränd and Djurgården.
Strömma Hop On Hop Off
The Hop On Hop Off boats take you between museums and popular sights. The boats stop right outside the entrance to Gröna Lund. The ticket is valid for 24 hours and entitles you to an unlimited number of trips. Click here for more information.
This ferry service runs from Nybroviken & Hammarby Sjöstad and from Masthamnen at Vikingterminalen. A crossing on the M/S Emelie is fast, simple and scenic. There is plenty of room on board for strollers, bicycles and wheelchairs. Children under 13 always travel free when accompanied by a parent or guardian. M/S Emelie is independent of SL-trafiken and has a separate payment system. Read more here.
Moor your boat in our own guest marina during the park’s opening hours (next to the ride Bläckfisken, coordinates N 59°19’32, E18°05’75) and enter via a separate entrance.
You can also moor at Wasahamnen, a full-service guest marina just a few cable lengths from Gröna Lund. Click here to read more about Wasahamnen.
Tip: If you moor at Wasahamnen, try to get as far into the harbour as possible to avoid the swell from other boats passing by.
By bike or on foot
Walk over the Djurgårdsbron bridge, then continue along Djurgårdsvägen and walk past Nordiska Museet. You can also take the pedestrian route through Galärparken, along the waterfront and past the Vasa Museum and the museum ships.
The walk from Djurgårdsbron bridge takes about 10 minutes, depending on how fast you walk and how often you stop to admire the wonders of Djurgården along the way.
By train or plane
If you arrive in Stockholm by plane or train, you might ultimately end up at Stockholm Central station. Very close to the station, you can catch tram 7, which goes to Djurgården and Gröna Lund. The journey takes about 10 minutes.