A warm welcome to Royal Djurgården, Scandinavia’s #1 attraction. A place where you can come for exciting, educational and inspiring experiences, Michelin star meals and cosy cafés. And with four hotels to choose from, you can stay for as long as you want. To find out more about where your visit to Royal Djurgården can take you, go to royaldjurgarden.se. We all look forward to welcoming you to Djurgården.
A sustainable visit
Here at Djurgården, we are passionate about tackling today’s most important questions, thoughts and ideas. It is a long-lasting tradition, which began when Djurgården hosted the Stockholm World Fair in 1897. Back then, people felt positive about the future, largely due to industrialism. Today, one of the burning questions is how we can change to a lifestyle that is both enjoyable and sustainable. The tourism and hospitality industry are committed to making this possible. How can we, as a place with over 15 million visitors each year, contribute to sustainable tourism and to a more sustainable society?
Working with you for a sustainable Djurgården – our tips
Part of our sustainability work is the interaction between us as hosts and you as a guest. Together, we can make a difference so that Djurgården can be an open and welcoming place for many generations to come. We want to make it easy for you to make your visit to us sustainable. Here are some of our tips!
Royal Djurgården is one of the most quintessentially Swedish places you can visit. This unique island is where you can celebrate national holidays, like the Swedish National Day on 6th June, Midsummer and New Year’s Eve. The people of Stockholm spend lots of their leisure time here visiting the many museums or the popular amusement park, and enjoying excellent food in any of the 30+ restaurants. It is also the place where you can experience Swedish music phenomenons like ABBA, sing-alongs, world-famous artists in concert as well as art. Royal Djurgården’s art galleries are loved by many. So, join in.