- Enter a time capsule of pre-industrial Sweden and wander around an authentic folk village and farmyard, filled with villagers in traditional clothing
- Learn traditional Swedish folk crafts like butter-churning, weaving, shoe-making, and glassblowing, and hear stories about the simpler times modern Sweden left behind
- Explore the incredible Nordic-themed zoo and see bears, moose, reindeer, and wolverines – and admire exotic fish, crocodiles, monkeys and more in the aquarium
Unplug yourself from the modern world and enjoy a taste of simpler times, with a ticket to Skansen. The world's oldest open-air museum is a microcosm of Swedish folk life that transports you back through time in spectacular fashion.
Wander along quaint village streets and farmyards and see authentic craft workshops from local residents in traditional folk dress. Visit the remarkable Skansen Zoo and Skansen Aquarium, and add a bit of animal magic to the enchanting old-world mix.
Quite unlike anywhere else in the world, Skansen preserves a slice of Swedish history that modern times have long forgotten.
Village folk in traditional garb will provide a vivid picture of pre-industrial Swedish life, and will share the secrets of various crafts like butter-churning, weaving, shoe-making, and glassblowing.
Pay a visit to the Skansen Zoo and meet the winter-proof wildlife that brave the chilly Nordic air. You'll encounter bison, brown bears, moose, reindeer, and fearless wolverines, as well as some cuddlier creatures like cats, rabbits, and guinea pigs in the children's zoo.
This ticket also includes entry to Skansen Aquarium, where you'll find more than 200 species of exotic fish and marine life, as well as crocodiles, turtles, lizards, snakes, bats, and lots of cheeky monkeys!
After wandering and exploring this incredible microcosm of old-world Sweden, you can relax with a timeless Swedish tradition - fika!
Show your smartphone ticket to the reception staff at the entrance.
- Cancellations are not possible for this ticket
- Changes may be possible for this ticket
- Explanations in sign language and for visitors suffering from dementia available
- On New Year's Eve, the park will be closed between 16:00-20:00
- There is a limited number of parking spaces for people with a disability permit at Restaurant Solliden