We are joining the Stockholm LGBT network!

We are joining the Stockholm LGBT network!


We’re super excited to have joined Stockholm LGBT’s network!

Several of our attractions at Royal Djurgården, such as ABBA The Museum, Pop House and the Vasa Museum have already joined – as we all should, right?!

We’ll be sending over information about Djurgården and everything we have to offer, and we’ll also be featured on the Stockholm LGBT website, which means we have yet another platform for reaching out to our visitors.

What is Stockholm LGBT?

Stockholm LGBT works to uphold Stockholm’s reputation as one of the world’s most open, diverse and inclusive cities. The target group is the whole rainbow family and we see our collaboration with them as an extra investment in a target group that is important to us – everyone is welcome here.

EuroPride 2018

This year, Europride took place right here in Stockholm from 27th July to 5th August, so the world had its eyes on us. We started Pride Week by proudly hosting Sweden’s first and only Run for Pride race, right here at Djurgården! This was the second time we had hosted the event. We also arranged a festival filled with music, art exhibitions, talks, theatre, screenings and arts and crafts.

We are already looking forward to hosting future Pride events here at Royal Djurgården – Scandinavia’s number one attraction.

If you want to read more about our work with sustainability, visit

Reduced inequalitiesRoyal Djurgården empowers and promotes the social, economic and political inclusion of all, irrespective of age, sex, disability, race, ethnicity, origin, religion or economic or other status (10.2)

Peace, justice and strong institutionsRoyal Djurgården promotes and includes everyone (16.7)


Partnerships for the goalsRoyal Djurgården works with other organisations to build a sustainable society (17.17)


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