Will Gröna Lund open as planned?
The government has decided to limit social gatherings and events to a maximum of 50 people, a ban which encompasses Gröna Lund as a concert arena and amusement park. This ban currently has no end date. Because it now is clear that such a ban will be necessary during the coming weeks, we have decided to postpone the premiere of Gröna Lund – which otherwise would have taken place on the April 25th – until further notice.
Because of the uncertainty of the situation we do not know exactly when we will be able so set a new date for the opening of the park. We simply have to wait for more information from the government. Until we know more the sale of some of our products is paused – you can still buy season passes and gift cards, but the rest of our passes and coupons will be available once we have a new premiere date.
What will happen to the concerts?
The concerts are currently slated to take place as planned. We will update this page if that changes.
Can you return you season pass?
We understand that some may be disappointed about the postponement of our premiere and that you may have questions regarding already bought tickets. Season pass holders are our most loyal guests and taking care of them is very important to us. As soon as we have a new date for the opening of the park it will be clear how much of the season has been lost and we can start a dialogue with our season pass holders about how to proceed.
At this time regular repurchase rules apply, i. e. right to withdraw within 14 days of purchase if the pass was bought via our web shop
How does the situation affect Mamma Mia! The Party at Tyrol?
Mamma Mia! The Party has decided to cancel remaining shows from March 20th until April 5th. Read more.
What precautionary measures has Gröna Lund taken in regard to its employees?
We follow the latest directions from the Public Health Agency of Sweden. All of our employees stay home from work if they show any symptoms of disease, even mild. They must also be symptom free for two days before returning to work. Employees who have visited countries and areas that the Public Health Agency of Sweden considers a risk zone must be symptom free for 14 days after their trip home before returning to work.
Should I be worried about a visit to Gröna Lund?
We understand that some will be worried even after the ban of gatherings of over 500 people has been lifted. Everyone has a responsibility to act with caution as to not affect the elderly and immunocompromised. If you show symptoms you should not move about in social situations – something we urge both our guests and employees to have in mind.
Gröna Lund does have a lot of visitors, but the park mainly consists of large, open spaces with enough room to move around. We have meticulous cleaning routines and lots of bathrooms where guests can wash their hands. Our employees are well informed of the situation and act according to the latest directions from the Public Health Agency of Sweden.
We think that many look forward to the day when you can visit Gröna Lund again to go on the rides, play the games, eat good food and enjoy a concert – and as do we!
This page will be updated with relevant information should the situation change.