Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, Stockholm

Revel in magnificent Djurgården Game Park


Djurgården, officially called the “Kungliga Djurgården”, the Royal Game Park, is a historical parkland located on an island in the center of Stockholm. It is home to many of the city’s finest attractions, including historic museums, galleries and of course the famous Gröna Lund amusement park. The combination and variety of activities found here is what makes Djurgården Stockholm’s favorite recreational area. More than 10 million people visit the area yearly, and more than half spend their time at the amusement park and museums. 
 

Exploring the island on foot

Known for its many beautiful green spaces, Djurgården is best enjoyed by talking a short walking tour. An enjoyable way to reach the park is on one of the city’s historical trams built in the first half of the 20th century. Once across the Djurgårdsbron Bridge, beautifully decorated with old Norse gods, the noise of the city is replaced by the sounds of nature and people enjoying themselves in Djurgården. In addition to being a prime spot for a leisurely walk, the area is perfect for biking as well as kayaking along the canals. The game park serves as a fresh breath of air and a picturesque escape from the bustling city life.
 

Bountiful museums await

The best part about Djurgården is how much variety you can find in terms of things to do. After enjoying the serene surroundings of the park, you can make your way to one of the many museums the island has to offer. Among them are the ABBA Museum, where you can immerse yourself in the history of the international pop icons, and the Skansen Open Air Museum. Here, a unique look into Sweden’s national history and everyday life in times gone past await you. Skansen is a big hit with both children and adults alike, ensuring everyone in your family will have a great time. 

With a room at our Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, Stockholm, Djurgården is easily accessible with public transport. The park has got it all, whether you’re looking for a breath of fresh air or enticing museums.