The less scary part of Halloween at Gröna Lund offers tons of wonderful experiences. Or what about themed attractions, hanging out with witches, and enchanting entertainment?

Hang out with witches, climb on hay bales, or take a spin on "Spindelpigan" or "Spökbilarna" (the spider bug or ghost cars). Stroll around in a lovely setting that feels like a harvest festival. Step into a haunted house that makes everyone feel brave. Be enchanted by a performance of "Jakten på det perfekta buset" (in pursuit of the perfect mischief). That's just a few of the things you can do in "Lilla Området" during Halloween, the part of Gröna Lund where the focus is on autumn coziness and fun for the kids. There are no evil spirits here, guaranteed.

Those who want a taste of a more grown-up Halloween, but don't want to be frightened, can simply go over to the big area. There you can wander through themed areas like Dia de los muertos, the witch's sacrificial grounds, and the cemetery, without encountering any evil spirits (well, besides some scary installations). After 6 pm the area takes on a new form and gets a little more sinister. 


The internet package – which includes park entry, wristband for rides, and entry to all of the houses of horrors – is SEK 395. For those of you with “Guldkortet” (the Gold Card), the package is SEK 320. 


Weather permitting, all attractions will be open (Flygande Mattan is closed due to planned maintenance). In "Lilla Området," some attractions are transformed into Halloween versions of themselves. For example, "Nyckelpigan" (ladybug) will become "Spindelpigan" (spider bug) and "Tekopparna" (the teacups) will become "Häxkitteln" (witch's cauldrons). We also have some news in the park. One of them is a scary ship that you can embark...if you dare...