Gröna Lund es un parque de atracciones situado en la isla de Djurgården en Estocolmo, Suecia. Fue inaugurado en 1883 y es el parque de atracciones sueco más antiguo. Se extiende sobre una superficie bastante limitada, pero alberga las montañas rusas más típicas, alguna de ellas diseñada por Anton Schwarzkopf. Aquí se encuentra un escenario donde se organizan conciertos en verano. Para llegar al parque, se puede acceder por la carretera, pero también en barco de vapor desde distintos lugares de la ciudad.
Las principales atracciones son las montañas rusas. Además, existe una gran diversidad de entretenimientos para todas las edades.
Florian Daniel Popescu | oct. 13, 2017
It's a fun way to dedicate a (half of a) day. There are attractions for any age and any adrenaline levels (almost any...if you are looking for something hardcore, get a squirrel suit and jump of a mountain in it :D). In terms of food, the amusement park offers a wide variety of fast food booths. Note: extra tickets can also be bought from the inside, so don't stress over difficult decisions at the entrance :)
Oscar | ene. 21, 2018
Huge and busy theme park with a great amount of rides. The queues were very long and the price to get in was quite reasonable, and lockers are provided on-site to store valuables. Worth a visit even if you're not a huge fan of amusement parks.
Shrivathsa Arikady | feb. 18, 2018
Very nice amusement park for both kids and adults with wide range variety of rides. Several places to eat and also games to win prizes which are fun to try. Best one for me is the star flyer which is one of the longest in the world.
Mattias Ljungmark | dic. 17, 2017
Being one of the oldest amusement parks in the country, this place is filled with history and signs of a century of families enjoying a sunny day in Stockholm here. A fair amount of restaurants and rides for both the young and the daring. Sometimes there's concerts or TV show recordings on site.
Giant Catbass | mar. 3, 2018
Gröna Lund (IPA: [ˈɡrøːna ˈlɵnːd]) is an amusement park in Stockholm, Sweden. It is on the seaward side of Djurgården Island. It is relatively small compared to other amusement parks, mainly because of its central location, which limits expansion. The 15 ac (6 ha) amusement park has over 30 attractions and is a popular venue for concerts in the summer. It was founded in 1883 by James Schultheiss.
Jonna Ramb | mar. 9, 2018
A lot of fun for smaller kids and if you're visiting for the first time. It's too small
Per Scheffer | may. 6, 2018
Always fun with the kids. We usually go early May and late August, hoping it will be a bit less crowded. A tip would be to check the homepage for height requirements for the different rides, and if there are any concerts or other events. Also to arrive early and do the popular rides firsts, as the lines get longer during the day.
Carolina W | may. 10, 2018
This is one of the most beautiful theme parks in Europe! It’s quite small and it’s visited by a lot of people on a nice day, so the lines can be quite long. If you don’t like to go on rides it’s fun to do a “femkamp” (pentathlon) also. They have a good bar where they make nice cocktails. If you’re a salsa dancer they have salsa nights both on Saturdays and Sundays (including a free class that starts at 18.00). They also have a lot of different concerts with big artists. If you buy the green card you can enter as many times as you like for the whole season, it only costs 270 kr.
Nathalie Kyletoft | may. 14, 2018
It's fun but you should always check if all rides are open before you go or it will be big mistake. A plus to the place is that they always clean up. There's never that much rubbish on the ground since there constantly pic it up.
Jacopo Centofanti | may. 6, 2018
Such an amazing and pictoresque place inside Stockholm. Entrance is cheap compared to other amusement parks and the view over Stockholm's archipelago is breathtaking. The park organizes a number of concerts starting from May, making it one of the best stages I've ever been to; totally worth a visit
Christopher Wijkström | abr. 22, 2018
A great amusement park if you're visiting Stockholm. Not to many really crazy attractions but still able to give you a great time with the family
Jun F | jun. 15, 2018
What an treat to have such a centrally located amusement park right in the middle of the city and with breath taking views as you are having fun there! The blue rail roller coaster line may look long but went by pretty fast. Eclipse is a great way to have fun and enjoy the amazing view of the city at the same time. Go check it out and you don’t regret it. Tips: The children side of the amusement park food court is way less busy so walk over there to grab lunch will save you some wait time!
Keith Baker | jun. 21, 2018
Worth your time. We came to see Alice in Chains, who were amazing. Gröna Lund looks like a fun amusement park. Centrally located, simple to reach, not overly expensive. Friendly and helpful personnel. The stage area is a bit tight and doesn't really consider that other patrons may need to move through a large crowd, perhaps a redesign is in order?
Irena Toljan | may. 30, 2018
A beautiful amusement park located in the city. The park is accessible with a boat, tram or walking from the center. It’s quite small and it’s visited by a lot of people when the weather is nice so the lines can be quite long. You pay for the rides and for the entrance separately. They sell a wristband that covers all the rides during one day (excluding the haunted house). They also have a lot of different concerts and mostly the rides don’t stop when the concert is playing. If you buy the green card you can enter as many times as you like for the whole season, it only costs 270 kr.
Balazs Gobel | jun. 14, 2018
Easily can spend the whole day here, so a little planning works like charms. We went there with a 1 and a 4-year-old and the older really enjoyed the places where she could ride alone by herself. And both loved the magic-themed standup comedian there. If traveling without kids or 8-10+ years old kid this is definitely something you want to spend the whole day with a pass. Can access the place via the ferry which was in itself was an amazing attraction for the little ones.
Imants Molavins | jun. 4, 2018
The park is well packed. There is "beer garden", quite a few food stands and a bunch of thrilling rides. From the regular merry-go-round to 90 km/h roller coaster and jaw dropping fall from 95m height. If you have more free time then I suggest getting Ride Package which allows to enjoy all rides infinitely the whole day. $$-$$$
Patricia Arnedo | jul. 19, 2018
This place was perfect. We arrived around 9pm, so the lines were non existent. The park is well maintained and very clean. It is charming and doesn't feel scarce despite it's small size. We received the discount for buying our tickets after 7pm. The tall rides are amazing, the staff was very friendly and did not rush us towards the end when we were in an obstacle course/fun house near closing time. All in all, a great time for children with all the games and kiddie rides, but also great for adults as they have a great selection of thrilling rides for the adventurous.
Mattias Wigren | jul. 9, 2018
It's a nice amusement park at one of the greatest locations in Stockholm. If you're not afraid of heights you will get spectacular views of the area from the taller attractions. If you're not a fan of rides they also host many great gigs with world-wide artists for an extremely low price. There is something for everyone here.
Vanessa Hernandez | jul. 7, 2018
Probably the best things for kids in Stockholm. The only thing I didn't like was having to pay an entrance fee even if I'm not going on any rides. Why not discount the entrance at least then? My boys had a great time. We got the ride coupon book as we were only able to stay a few hours versus all day. It brings 20 coupons which were plenty for them as most of the rides for big kids are 2-3 coupons.
Michael Hetzel | jul. 16, 2018
I had a blast here. It’s not a large park, but it has enough to keep you entertained. They have smaller rides but still fun and unique. I went to the beer garden restaurant had really good food. The park employees were overall very nice and the park was clean which is great. I would definitely return.
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