Djurgården is still open to visitors
In these troubling times we like to think of Royal Djurgården as a place of relaxation and tranquility — somewhere that you might like to escape to when you need some space, peace and quiet. We believe this is still the case — perhaps even more so than usual — at this time.
You can still visit the majority of our restaurants, and many of them offer outdoor seating and/or takeaway options. So you can enjoy some delicious food and drink in and amongst nature, or if you prefer, in the comfort of your own home. Why not also take a walk along the waterfront or through a park, or pay a visit to some of our monuments?
Some of the museums here at Royal Djurgården are still welcoming visitors; currently, Skansen and The Museum of Spirits are open. The park and outdoor dining area at Prince Eugen’s Waldemarsudde is also open. We recommend checking individual museum websites for information regarding specific events and opening hours.
And did you know that you can still visit Djurgården from home? Here you can join in with some fun activities and experience lots of our museums from your own living room.
Protecting our visitors is of course our main priority; we are continuously following all updates surrounding the Corona (COVID-19) outbreak, as well as guidelines and decisions from the authorities and Swedish government. Please keep an eye on our website and social media channels, where we will keep you up to date with what’s going on.
Keep taking care of yourselves and one another!