Everyone at Djurgården is following the measures in place and doing everything they can to make sure you can experience Djurgården in the safest possible way during the pandemic.

    Djurgården is large, green and beautiful and there is a lot to enjoy outdoors, including Rosendal’s Garden, which has opened again after the winter break. Most of our lovely restaurants are open and have outdoor seating and takeaway options.

    The sculpture gardens at Prince Eugen’s Waldemarsudde and the Thiel Gallery are also lovely at this time of year. And Djurgården itself is always open for a walk. 

   Some of our attractions are still open, such as Junibacken, the Museum of Spirits, the Thiel Gallery, Prince Eugen’s Waldemarsudde and Rosendal’s Garden. Others have chosen to close temporarily. 

    However, given that things can change quickly, we recommend checking the individual websites of our attractions for information regarding specific events and opening hours.

    Don’t forget that you can support our attractions by buying annual passes and gift cards for future visits, and visiting their online shops. And at some of our museums it is still possible to book private visits.

Last updated: 14th January 2021




Royal Djurgården Visitor Center

We offer personal service and information about everything that Djurgården has to offer. Here you can get help planning your visit over a cup of coffee or something to eat. In the summer, you can also explore the island by bicycle or canoe.

We are an authorized tourist agency.

Opening Hours

PLEASE NOTE! Due to the current circumstances, Royal Djurgården Visitor Center is open Thursday-Sunday, 9am-5pm.

You can always come by to pick up brochures, maps and information, even when the Visitor Center isn’t open.


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Kungliga Djurgårdens Intressenter, KDI AB, coordinates attractions and joint activities on Djurgården. Learn more