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Skansen is closing temporarily – for the first time in 129 years

Skansen is closing temporarily – for the first time in 129 years

24/11/2020

On Friday 27th November at 3pm, Skansen is closing its doors for the first time in 129 years. Skansen’s Christmas celebrations are also cancelled this year.

If you’d like to support Skansen while they’re closed then you can buy an annual pass here. Plus, it’s something to look forward to once they open again!

Or if you’d like to spread some Skansen joy, why not buy one or several gift cards? You can also still visit Skansen’s online shop, where you’ll find classic Swedish handicrafts as well as ‘Skansen Recrafted’, Skansen’s own collection made from old textiles, zips and buttons.

At the moment Junibacken, Prince Eugen’s Waldemarsudde, Rosendal’s Garden, the Museum of Spirits and the Thiel Gallery are open. Djurgården itself is always open for a walk too, of course! And don’t worry about going hungry; many of Djurgården’s restaurants are open and have takeaway options/outdoor seating!




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